Marie-Claire Montanari photographs women. Her black&white carefully framed images of headless, anonymous bodies caressed by shadows celebrate the female beauty. But, while her work can appear classic the photographer’s approach is uncommon. Indeed, while most photographers seek, hire and pay their models, here, the women portrayed commissioned the photographer.
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