It’s not just me who fondly remembers these Kacere paintings in Daniel Filipacchi’s office. I received this funny email from Roger Turqueti and his photo is great! – Jean-Jacques Naudet In my first life as a photographer I worked for Playboy France by making portraits of celebrities in B&W for the section “to the end with …”. It was in the 70s during the heyday of Filipacchi editions which were at 63 Champs Elysées. It was there that I was able to meet Daniel Filipacchi and discover a hyperrealist painting by John Kacere hanging behind his desk. Great memory for...
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