The Madé gallery, in Paris, exhibits polaroids of English fashion photographer Steve Hiett. Steve Hiett, who is also known as “the director of color”, immortalized for many years women on glossy paper in pictorial settings with saturated light. In an exhibition currently on view, the gallery Madé chooses to exhibit more personal works that are a testimony to his working methods: he photographed each element of the scene that he imagined, with a Polaroid 180, before photographing the models. An accidental fashion photographer, he always wanted to become a painter -, Steve Hiett is now among the best. It is...
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