He’s a better publisher than photographer, but his pictures have a real charm to them. They show his passion/obsession for young women and girls that can be traced back to seeing Monica Vitti in Antonioni’s L’Avventura as a young man. It’s a passion that led him—like so many others of his generation—to become a photographer after seeing the same director’s Blow-up.
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