Over the years, Martial Cherrier’s body and the image of his body were one and the same. He lived and showed his body in its extremes and its beauty, a pliable covering, an extraordinarily complex machine that contains us, defines us, carries us, that makes us happy and suffer – and to which we give suffering and pleasure without balance but with constancy.
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