Sandrine Lopez photographed Moshé, a rabbi in his nineties, over the course of two years. A book and an exhibition present this touching encounter. Moshé is a rabbi in his nineties, living in Brussels. Sandrine Lopez met him in the street, one evening a few years ago, and asked if she could take his portrait. During her first visit, after she had made a few images, he asked her to help him take a bath. This was the beginning of a long process during which, every week, “I had the immense privilege of being able to photograph him. Our meetings...
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