His name is Jean Clemmer. Although not well known today, he was one of the greatest erotic photographers of the 1960s. His book, Nus, produced with Paco Rabane in 1969, caused a scandal. Clemmer is also remembered for his friendship and long collaboration with Salvador Dali. An exhibition of his photographs is being held in Trouville, France, where he lived for almost thirty years.
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