Pablo Picasso once said : “Clergue’s photographs are from God’s own sketchbooks” Throckmorton Fine Art presents an exhibition of female nudes and iconic photographic images spanning the fifty year career of one of France’s greatest photographers, Lucien Clergue. On the 50th anniversary of the launch of the Rencontres de la Photographie d’Arles photography festival, which Clergue co-founded with Michel Tournier, Throckmorton Fine Art gallery will feature more than forty black and white and color images, including some of Clergue’s most acclaimed images. Spencer Throckmorton says, “Clergue was a master of sensual photography, brilliantly capturing the play of light and shadow, […]
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