This study of nude b & n was for me the occasion to confront, quite spontaneously, the aesthetic classicism in which I grew up with, on one hand, something rather voluptuous, close to the universe of a Henry Miller and on the other, an asceticism but also a sweetness to Samuel Beckett. Two stars. A dialectic that continues to animate […]
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