No star photographer nor celebrity has these photos. None have this closeness with everything that we see here with each shot. But, Jean Pigozzi, he does. Not a photographer, he hosts these photos in what has been his family home on the Côte d’Azur for fifty years: the Villa Dorane. Heir turned entrepreneur, a flamboyance carried to the extreme, Pigozzi has tirelessly pursued his passion for photography, of which he collects mostly African work, for forty years.
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