David Lynch is also a photographer. Ten years after the landmark exhibition The Air Is on Fire, which revealed David Lynch’s pictorial and image works , the Fondation Cartier pour l’Art Contemporain in Paris is publishing an exceptional book, gathering more than one hundred photographs in black and white and in color, of nudes. Kaleidoscopic visions of woman, these photographs marked by eroticism and close to abstraction reveal David Lynch’s fascination for the infinite variety of the human body, all while being a continuation of his cinematographic works. The book is simply titled Nudes. “I like to photograph naked women....
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