In Paris, London, New York, Simon Bocanegra, with his minimal equipment and his bullfighting posture photographed the night, fashion and underground for 30 years. December 12, 2011, with the elegance that was natural to him, this autodidact of high flight who evolved in the most diverse spheres even the most marginal decided to draw us his reverence. In his Farewell to Simon, his friend writer Claude Louis-Combet tells us about “the marvelous beauty of this being who seemed to go through life and the world like a dancer, juggler, acrobat and tightrope walker, whose body presented the gait, the gestures...
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