He’s heard it often : Hans Feurer is named after fire (“Feuer” is German for fire). The bodies he photographs are glowing landscapes. The girls he captures have smouldering looks. Models, famous or unknown are devilishly sexy. Flames encompass his work. Heads of blazing hair, Feurer never wishing to extinguish them. Since the early 1960, this man with a passion...
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