Throckmorton Gallery opened its second show of the work of Lucien Clergue this past week, a show of work done by the French-born photographer in America. The show, including B&W and color, vintage and non-vintage prints, titled “Clergue in America”, is also available in a book of the same title. In a gallery full of friends, admirers, patrons, and many of his models, Lucien Clergue, at 78 years of age, was clearly the most energetic, engaged and entertaining person there.
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