No, John Kacere was not a photographer, he was a painter. One of the masters of the PhotoRealism movement. The reason for this publication; an emotional memory: when I first entered Daniel Filipacchi’s office in the 1970s, there were several Kacere paintings on the walls. Anecdotally, there was also a sublime naked woman on the sofa; it was a sculpture by Duane Hanson! Jean-Jacques Naudet Louis K. Meisel Gallery presents Remembering John Kacere, a solo exhibition that surveys and celebrates the career of the late Photorealist painter. Recognized for his large-scale paintings of women’s lingerie-clad midriffs, Kacere was an...
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