In the photograph “Two Glasses” at the Benjamin Mouly exhibition currently on display at the Galerie des Filles du Calvaire in Paris, the eye hovers over the fabric of a tight-fitting dress, revealing the movement of a woman’s left leg. Harmoniously balancing out the composition are two wine glasses. The fingers gripping the stems of the glasses parallel the folds of the dress.
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