René Groebli’s exhibition The Magic Eye was abruptly interrupted by the coronavirus crisis. However, it is possible to take a 3D tour. As soon as the gallery reopens, the exhibition will be extended with the addition of a few new discoveries from Groebli’s work. Details to follow. René Groebli’s “Lying Nude,” taken in Paris in 1952, opens this week’s online exhibition. It was shot during Groebli’s honeymoon with his wife Rita in a Paris hotel room where they had secluded themselves for three days. The picture is a testament to the intimacy and closeness between the newlyweds – a form...
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