In 1965, the Swiss photographer Yves Debraine regularly went to New York on professional assignments. During one of his trips, he photographed in the mythical Chelsea Hotel, a group of artists who lived and worked there, including Jean Tinguely and Niki de Saint Phalle, also Daniel Spoerri, Larry Rivers, Arman and Claes Oldenburg. Most of the photographs were never published. Luc Debraine,...
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