When Baudoin Lebon asked me to organize an exhibition on the Bauret family, we considered bringing the works together around the theme of the studio. The idea, for me, was to show the photographs Jean-François Bauret had taken at the end of the 1950s in the studios of artists our father used to visit. Now Jean-François is gone and I feel in some ways like a double orphan, since for me he was like another father, one who opened the doors for me into the world of photography.
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