Peter Beard passed away. After he disappeared almost 3 weeks ago , his body was found. The end of a long descent into hell from one of the most flamboyant contemporary photographers. With an uncommon character, he was an hallucinating seducer, prophet before the age of an ignored African ecology, he represents an era now gone of excess and passion. Three people who were once very close to him tell us about Peter: Peter Riva, his agent and accomplice for 20 years, the grandson of Marlene Dietrich; Anne Clergue, a teenager, saw Peter in the entourage of her father Lucien and...
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