The story is a long and beautiful one… In 1970, Jeanloup Sieff agreed to take me on as a fourth assistant, but unfortunately my employment was deferred indefinitely. At the same time, I had the opportunity to meet Sieff, looking sickly at the opening of his first major exhibition at La Demeure on Place Saint Sulpice.
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