Since he was twenty-five, photographer Hervé Szydlowski has explored the sumptuous and pulsatile beauty of nudist bodies, beyond the taboos that freeze and harden suffocating prejudices, strangling fears, stifling prudishness. He does not do nudes as one would approach a well-defined genre of photography. Doing nudes would be asking his models to undress to be photographed, but that is not...
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