“Although I’d worked with Guy [Bourdin] for a few intense years, rarely do I feel I truly knew him. He remained enigmatic and complex, and I was a young girl captured by his lens, lucky to have been present during a high note of his career and thankful to have been a part of it,” writes Nicolle Meyer in the afterword to Guy Bourdin: A Message For You (SteidlDangin), which Meyer curated to exquisite effect.
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