Succeeding Peter Knapp, William Klein, and even Erwin Blumenfeld, Tim Walker is being spotlighted at Villa Noailles, in Hyères, where he is presenting The Mirror, a series made over the past four years. Specially conceived for the Festival of Fashion and Photography, the exhibition beckons the iconic Jean Cocteau and gives the British photographer a framework to match his flamboyant imagination.
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