Galerie Esther Woerdehoff (Paris) decided to show the body of vintage prints from the 60’s of the Swiss photographer Karlheinz Weinberger. Gérard Musy’s photos plunge us back in the nights of the Sexy Eighties, tempting and fascinating. In his sophisticated black and white or color pictures, people, gender and classes merge into a cocktail of night energy. The gallery will also feature one panoramic picture of another Swiss photographer: Michael von Graffenried, who explored his family roots by depicting New Bern small city in North Carolina.
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