Eight years ago, Bob Carlos Clarke committed suicide. Born in Ireland, he’s one of UK’s most underrated photographers. He’s also one of the great erotic photographers. Ghislain Pascal and the Little Black Gallery in London is paying him tribute with a retrospective which opened last Saturday. We decided to dedicate this special day to him, with recollections by Philippe Garner, Greg Hobson, Max Houghton and Lindsey Carlos Clarke, his wife.
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