This is an exhibition full of surprises. ‘Time will tell’ is a phrase one might apply to so much editorial photography when asking what one means by true merit. As evidenced in the multi-chapter exhibition at Somerset House, time is unquestionably consecrating the exceptional talent of Guy Bourdin. This great show reveals him in all his inventive, obsessive, playful, perverse, intense, mischievous, and Surrealist glory.
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