Serge Jacques was the master of French erotic photography throughout the ‘50’s and ‘60’s. That is the tip of the iceberg. What we don’t know so well are his pictures of the jazz musicians he frequented at that time. For the generation discovering rock and roll and the motorbike, a profound moral self-questioning was essential. It was harder and harder to censor. On the Left Bank, basements were ringing to the sound of brass and strings!” You can read the full text on the French version of La Lettre.
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