Saturday, January 14, 2012

Lecture by LUCIEN CLERGUE, French Photographer and Friend of Picasso at the Throckmorton Fine Art

Lucien Clergue answering questions after his lecture
Clergue signing his book for Thomas F. Knapp, fine art consultant and appraiser
"Andree in New York" 1987 by Lucien Clergue,  Cibachrome. Image is a photograph of the postcard used for the Opening Reception Invitation
"Quatre Nus dares La Cite, New School, NYC" 1983 by Lucien Clergue. Gelatin silver print. Image is a photograph of the postcard used for the Lecture invitation
French photographer and artist LUCIEN CLERGUE gave a lecture today at the Throckmorton Fine Art Gallery at 145 East 57th Street in midtown Manhattan. The 78-year old long-time friend of Pablo Picasso shared his experiences in America as a photographer. His work is now on exhibit at the Throckmorton Fine Art. The exhibition called "Clergue in America" runs from January 12 - March 3, 2012. The exhibit showcases Clergue's impressive sights of the United States and the raw beauty of the human form. He also signed copies of his new book called "Clergue in America." 

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