Over the past two decades, French artist Valérie Belin has created a body of work that challenges and manipulates the indexical nature of the photographic surface to explore ideas of beauty, artifice, and illusion. Her most recent series, Painted Ladies, is composed of 8 large-scale black-and-white photographs and is currently on view at Edwynn Houk Gallery, in New York. Painted...
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