This photo of Patti Smith and her guitarist Lenny Kaye was taken, like the one of David Lynch, during the 20th anniversary of the Cartier Foundation.
Luck and chance played a happy role in this portrait, expressing the essence of the artist’s imagery, his oneiric, fantastic, expressionistic side.
My friend and colleague Willy Ronis photographed Paris all his life — it was his principle subject. His photos, like his contemporary Robert Doisneau, are full of joy and life, impregnated with a certain nostalgia for the post-war years. Yet … Continue reading
I was more interested by the place and the naked models surrounding the American photographer Ralph Gibson rather than in him. Gibson, whose photography is a kind of moderate surrealism, was directing a nude photography workshop in the south of … Continue reading
D Day: my new book “Only in Paris” is published today, November 27 ! 63 photographs that will take you on a journey through “my” Paris, from 1974 to today: a Paris romantic and melancholic, a Paris of thrillers, a mysterious … Continue reading
D-10 : I am pleased to present my new book : “Only in Paris” ! 63 photographs that will take you on a journey through “my” Paris, from 1974 to today: a Paris romantic and melancholic, a Paris of thrillers, … Continue reading