Her name was Jill Freedman. She was a great photographer and a difficult character. Which explains why her notoriety is far from being worthy of what it deserves. Four years ago, Jonas Cuenin painted this beautiful portrait of her. And browse her archives, she was one of the most talented photographers of her generation. Jill Freedman charm is just so hard to resist. At seventy-five this lifelong lover of endless chats and priceless anecdotes has you spellbound one minute and laughing out loud the next. Not driven by any inner need, or because she’s showing off, but out of the...
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