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Bettina Rheims

Bettina Rheims started taking pictures at the beginning of the 1980s. Since her first body of work — nudes of strippers undressing in cheap fairs — she has dedicated herself to the exploration of women, famous as well as anonymous. Her first book Female Trouble is a bestseller. She also worked with marginalised people — Androgynous (in her book Modern Lovers) or Transsexuals (in Kim and Les espionnes). Chambre Close, a series where normal women she found on the street undress in little flowery hotel rooms, is another well-known book. INRI, a photographic interpretation of the life of Jesus Christ (made in collaboration with Serge Bramly) was shown around the world in major museums. In 1995 she took the official photograph of Jacques Chirac, the President of France.

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