In this Olivier Dassault exhibition on view at the Atelier Grognard in Rueil Malmaison (a suburb of Paris), young budding celebrities of the 1980s– Isabelle Huppert, Jane Birkin, Isabelle Adjani– are displayed beside tributes to famous painters and street artists. “It’s thanks to my Minolta XD7,” explains the artist. “I lived several painter’s lives. The periods succeeded each other: figurative,...
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