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Femme Fantômas - A detective story, told in photos and film, that unfolds in the streets, cafés, cabarets, abandoned factories, and grand hotels of Paris

Femme Fantômas

A detective story, told in photos and film, that unfolds in the streets,
cafés, cabarets, abandoned factories, and grand hotels of Paris

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Bettina Rheims/Serge Bramly. Rose - c'est Paris

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  • "Bettina Rheims does not take photographs; she constructs compositions, like a painter."

    — Le Monde, Paris
  • "High-quality black and white printing is matched by high-society S&M in a paean to Paris and its libertine heritage. Rheims and Serge Bramly pay homage to an almost vanished 1970s elegant Parisian decadence."

    — The Art Newspaper, London
  • "ROSE C'EST PARIS is fabulous and spooky and wicked -- and should not be shown to grandma without warning. Anyone with a drop of affection for Paris will love it, even if they can't connect all the dots. The Surrealists wouldn't have it any other way."

    — The Huffington Post, New York
  • "The renowned publisher of high-end art books has never shied away from erotica, and the just released Rose, C’est Paris continues the proud and cheeky tradition that has brought us everything from The Big Book of Beasts to La Petite Mort. Rose C’est Paris is an impressive collection of lush photographs by French artist Bettina Rheims and artist/writer Serge Bramly…Along with anonymously stunning women in mysterious/artistic circumstances, we’re treated to images of more iconically beautiful women like Naomi Campbell, Charlotte Rampling and Monica Belucci – all in various stages of existentially striking undress."

    — Toro Magazine, Toronto