I love to see, dear indolent, Of your beautiful body, Like a flickering fabric, Shimmer the skin! Extract from Baudelaire’s poem “Le serpent qui danse” The woman’s body is a source of limitless inspiration. Her nakedness confuses us, troubles us, moves us. In this series I chose to represent this body as a landscape which metamorphoses with each movement, with each undulation. I wanted to get lost in the details until I flirted with abstraction. Each of the women who posed for this minimalist and intimate journey brought her femininity, her mystery, her pleasure, her freedom and I thank them....
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