I’ve just heard the terrible news from Joel Brard that Jean-François Bauret has passed away, and I’m beside myself. I recently suggested to Jean-François that his brother Gabriel and I put together a book of his work, and I would have wanted dearly to spend a little more time with him. Jean-François was a man, a real man, and I adored him. He was a loner, a subversive, someone who was passionate about his own work but who also liked to get others involved in his projects.
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