The city of Bayonne presents the exhibition “Lucien Clergue, Les Suds”, coproduced with l’Atelier Lucien Clergue thanks to the involvement of Yolande Clergue and his daughters Olivia and Anne Clergue. She gathered seventy-four black and white photos of nudes at the beach, graphic sands, the exuberant life of gypsies, and the afición and bullfighting in the arena’s game of shadow and light.
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