The Galerie Hors-Champs will exhibit the work of two photographers in a show dedicated to the writer Georges Bataille. Philippe Bréson offers his “conception of eroticism, where the woman is once again mutilated, deformed, scarified.” Alain Brendel presents more figurative photographs inspired by Bataille’s short novel Story of the Eye, for which the photographer wish to render “the eroticism and mystery as a ceremonial.”
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