Simon Bocanegra (1949-2011) was a nighttime portraitist and photographer of great talent. His modus operandi was always the same: one arm raised towards the sky with his flash and his Nikon. A lover of scandals, androgynous beauties, and elderly people, he was also the visual telltale of his friends and the underground world. An exhibition in Paris is paying tribute...
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