Photographies de Paris Match - from 23.04.20 to 03.05.20


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    LOT N°001

    Benjamin AUGER (1942-2002)
    Salvador Dalí 
    Printed later on fiber-based paper
    Edition 1/1
    53 x 80 cm
    Black wooden frame, and mat
    September, 1977, the world’s most famous Catalan artist, Salvador Dali, in his fantasmagorical villa in Cadaquès.  It is no surprise then that this prince of Surrealism put on a show for the Catalan national holiday wearing a traditionalbaratina headdress. The self-proclaimed anarcho-monarchiste never forgot his scepter-like cane, designed by Fabergé. 

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    LOT N°002

    Christian GIBEY (1936-2012)
    Greg
    Printed later on fiber-based paper
    Edition 1/10
    60 x 40 cm
    Black wooden frame, and mat.
    Scriptwriter and cartoonist Greg, this master of the “ninth art”, photographed in his Brussels office in February, 1963, reinterpreted “Zig and Puce”, a pre-war series originally created by Alain Saint-Ogan, for the magazine Tintin.  The year-end edition of the French weekly, Pilote, would feature Greg's most popular character, Achille Talon.

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    LOT N°003

    Christian GIBEY (1936-2012)
    Paul Delvaux
    Printed later on fiber-based paper
    Edition 1/1
    53 x 80 cm 
    Black wooden frame, and mat.
    Stoic and mysterious nudes, a vast desert, Greek columns, a blue saturated sky… nothing was left out of Paul Delvaux’s painting featured in this 1974 portrait taken in his studio on the outskirts of Brussels. This disciple of surrealism, along with Magritte, remains one of the 20th century’s most illustrious painters.

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    LOT N°004

    Jack GAROFALO (1924-2005)
    Sempé
    Printed later on fiber-based paper 
    Edition 1/1
    53 x 80 cm
    Black wooden frame, and mat.
    Sempé for President? It is December, 1961, and this young, 29-year-old cartoonist from Bordeaux has just been awarded “Revelation of the Year” by Paris Match, alongside comedian Delphine Seyrig and author François Billetdoux. The public loves the poetic and whimsical style of this creator, with René Goscinny, of Le Petit Nicolas. It would take more to inflate this man’s ego.
     

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    LOT N°005

    Jean-Claude SAUER (1935–2013)
    César 
    Printed later on fiber-based paper.
    Edition 1/1
    53 x 80 cm
    Black wooden frame, and mat.
    César's most well-known sculptures would either be his compressions of objects, especially cars, or his “fingerprints”, like the monumental Pouce, a smaller version of which is kept in his Montparnasse studio.  However, in 1980, this leader of the “new realists” changed paths by working with two models, Fabienne and Salima Gardel.

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    LOT N°006

    Jean-Claude SAUER (1935–2013)
    César
    Printed later on fiber-based paper
    Edition 1/1
    80 x 53 cm
    Floater frame
    Humor, for César, is essential:  it is impossible to understand his work without taking into account the playful, nearly facetious dimension.  In 1973, with his eyes closed, he poses surrounded by self portraits that are neither in bronze, marble or even in plaster, but in bread dough, cooked with the complicity of the baker Lionel Poilâne.

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    LOT N°007

    Benjamin AUGER (1942-2002)
    Jean-Paul Belmondo
    Printed later on fiber-based paper
    Edition 1/1
    53 x 80 cm. 
    Black wooden frame, and mat. 
    Jean-Paul Belmondo and Feydeau finally meet on October 11, 1996.  In the dressing room at the theater he has owned for the past five years, the Théâtre des Variétés, Belmondo delights in the success of his performance in Feydeau’s La Puce à l’oreille that had originally premiered on this same stage 90 years earlier.

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    LOT N°008

    Benoit GYSEMBERGH (1954-2013)
    Michel Serrault
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    Edition 1/1
    53 x 80 cm
    Black wooden frame, and mat.
    Michel Serrault was no longer considered a simple comedian.  His career had taken a new turn, and he was getting more serious, even worrisome roles. But his hilarious nature still emerged. He is seen here on the Roman set of Dino Risi’s burlesque The Good King Dagobert on January 26, 1984.

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    LOT N°009

    Christian GIBEY (1936-2012)
    Claude Lelouch, Jacques Brel & Lino Ventura
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    Edition 1/1
    53 x 80 cm
    Black wooden frame, and mat.
    The camaraderie of Claude Lelouch, Jacques Brel and Lino Ventura would contribute to the success of Lelouch’s Money, Money, Money in 1972. The role played by Brel was initially intended for Jean-Louis Trintignant who refused the part.  Lino, however, accepted without hesitation. For over ten years, he had been dreaming of working with Lelouch.

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    LOT N°010

    François PAGES (1929-1995)
    Claude Lelouch, Jean-Louis Trintignant, Pierre Barouh & Anouk Aimée
    60 x 60 cm. Printed later on fiber-based paper.
    Black wooden frame, and mat.
    Edition 1/1
    A triumphant Claude Lelouch, director of A Man and a Woman, is carried on the shoulders of his actors, Jean-Louis Trintignant, Pierre Barouh and Anouk Aimée: his film had just received the Palme d’or at the 19th Cannes Film Festival, May 20, 1966.

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    LOT N°011

    François PAGÈS (1929-1995)
    Sophia Loren
    Printed later on fiber-based paper
    Edition 1/1
    80 x 63 cm
    Black wooden frame, and mat. 
    Sophia Loren’s penetrating doe eyes and sensual pout captivated America in 1960. The 26 year old Italian actress from Naples was currently starring alongside Jean-Paul Belmondo in Vittorio de Sica’s Two Women. That performance would later be honored with Best Actress Awards at both the Oscars and the Cannes Film Festival.

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    LOT N°012

    Gérard GÉRY (1925-2013)
    Brigitte Bardot & Jeanne Moreau
    Printed later on fiber-based paper
    Edition 1/1
    53 x 80 cm
    Floater frame
    February, 1965. Brigitte Bardot and Jeanne Moreau are simultaneously on location for the filming of Viva Maria! The two cowgirls had just asked the photographer for a souvenir photo. Director Louis Malle took a gamble bringing together two of France’s most popular stars and rivals on the same movie set. Watch out.

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    LOT N°013

    Gérard GERY (1925-2013)
    Jeanne Moreau
    Printed later on fiber-based paper
    Edition 1/1
    80 x 53 cm
    Black wooden frame, and mat.
    Acting in a movie that combines burlesque and adventure is not only a big change, but also quite amusing for Jeanne Moreau:  she is thrilled to be in Mexico in February, 1965, where she is starring in Louis Malle’s Viva Maria! And contrary to all predictions, getting along marvelously with her co-star, Brigitte Bardot.

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    LOT N°014

    Jack GAROFALO (1923-2004)
    Jean-Luc Godard & Anna Karina
    Printed later on fiber-based paper
    Edition 1/1
    53 x 80 cm
    Black wooden frame, and mat.
    Jean-Luc Godard and Anna Karina, the emblematic New Wave couple, photographed in their home, place Saint-Michel, in Paris, February, 1963. The first film they shot together, The Little Soldier, had just been released after a two and a half year ban.

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    LOT N°015

    Jack GAROFALO (1923-2004)
    Jeanne Moreau
    Printed later on fiber-based paper
    Edition 1/1
    60 x 60 cm
    Black wooden frame, and mat.
    For Paris Match, March 23, 1962, in Paris, Jeanne Moreau wears one of 21 costumes designed by Pierre Cardin for her performance in Mata Hari, Agent H21. Shooting was about to begin under the direction of her ex-husband, Jean-Louis Richard. But with delays and setbacks, the film would not actually be completed until 1964 thanks to François Truffaut.

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    LOT N°016

    Jack GAROFALO (1923-2004)
    Sharon Tate & Roman Polanski
    Printed later on fiber-based paper
    Edition 1/1
    52 x 78 cm
    Black wooden frame, 5 cm mat.
    21st Cannes Film Festival : in their hotel room, Sharon Tate cuts the hair of her husband, Roman Polanski (jury member). May, 1968.

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    LOT N°017

    Jack GAROFALO (1923-2004)
    Simone Signoret & Yves Montand
    Printed later on fiber-based paper
    Edition 1/1
    52 x 78 cm
    Black wooden frame, 5 cm mat.
    Returning from work on a film in Rome, Simone Signoret reunites with Yves Montand. July 7, 1960.

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    LOT N°018

    Jack GAROFALO (1924-2005)
    Monica Vitti
    Printed later on fiber-based paper
    Edition 1/1
    80 x 53 cm
    Black wooden frame, and mat.
    Monica Vitti symbolized an entire period in Italian cinema, one that transformed an inability to communicate into poetry.  In May, 1968, Vitti was part of the Cannes Film Festival jury.  Like Roman Polanski and Louis Malle, she too would resign in solidarity with Festival protesters.  Indeed, the Festival would shut down the following day.

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    LOT N°019

    Jack GAROFALO (1924-2005)
    Yul Brynner 
    Printed later on fiber-based paper
    Edition 1/1
    55 x 80 cm
    Black wooden frame, and mat. 
    At 37, Yul Brynner was the most prosperous baldy in the business.  Ever since his triumph in The King and I, for which he would soon be awarded an Oscar, the Russian-born American’s shaved his head daily out of superstition.  But in Paris, where he is seen celebrating the 1957 New Year, he felt right at home. Having spent part of his childhood in the city of lights, he spoke perfect French,  as if he needed that to stir up excitement in music

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    LOT N°020

    Jean-Claude SAUER (1935-2013)
    Alain & Nathalie Delon
    Printed later on fiber-based paper
    Edition 1/1
    53 x 80 cm
    Black wooden frame, and mat.
    Jean-Pierre Melville directed nearly all of his movies in the private studio he owned on the rue Jenner in Paris’s 13th arrondissement. But when a fire destroyed it in July, 1967, during the filming of Samouraï, he was forced to move to the Saint-Maurice studios where he directs this love-scene between Alain Delon and his young wife, Nathalie.

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    LOT N°021

    Jean-Claude SAUER (1935-2013)
    Anna Karina & Jean-Luc Godard
    Printed later on fiber-based paper.
    Edition 1/1
    53 x 80 cm
    Black wooden frame, and mat.
    In Geneva, March 3, 1961, Anna Karina becomes Mrs. Godard. Two years earlier, she had refused to appear in Jean-Luc’s first feature film, Breathless that would have required she appear nude. But she later acted in Le Petit Soldat and in all they would make eight films together.

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    LOT N°022

    Jean-Claude SAUER (1935-2013)
    Jane Fonda
    Printed later on fiber-based paper
    Edition 1/1
    60 x 40 cm
    Black wooden frame, and mat.
    Outfitted by Paco Rabanne, she became a sex bomb. In June, 1967, Jane Fonda was the lead in her husband Roger Vadim’s Barbarella, inspired by Jean-Claude Forest’s comic strip. A very expensive film, it was shot at « Dinocittà », the immense studios built in Rome by producer Dino De Laurentiis.

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    LOT N°023

    Jean-Claude SAUER (1935-2013)
    Marisa Berenson 
    Printed later on fiber-based paper
    Edition 1/1
    53 x 80 cm
    Black wooden frame, and mat. 
    Paris, November, 1971. Fake pearls, a hat by Tan Giudicelli, a stuffed toucan… Marisa Berenson brought the latest jet-set fashion trend to Paris: kitsch! The American cover girl had just launched her acting career with a role in Lucino Visconti’s Death in Venice.

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    LOT N°024

    Jean-Pierre BIOT (1935-2008)
    Dennis Hopper, Peter Fonda & Jack Nicholson
    Printed later on fiber-based paper
    Edition 1/1
    53 x 80 cm
    Black wooden frame, and mat.
    French psychedelic cancan dancing, California style. On the Croisette in Cannes, May 12, 1969, during the city’s 22nd annual Film Festival, the winning trio of Easy Rider (Dennis Hopper, Peter Fonda and Jack Nicholson) take a kick with two young French groupies. This melancholic road movie, a banner for the hippy protest movement, would be awarded Best First Movie.

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    LOT N°025

    Jean-Pierre BIOT(1935-2008)
    Jane Birkin
    Printed later on fiber-based paper
    Edition 1/1
    40 x 60 cm
    Black wooden frame, and mat.
    At the Cannes Film Festival, 1969, Jane Birkin is not just any starlet: Je t’aime moi non plus, the song she recorded with Serge Gainsbourg, her lover and partner from Slogan, had made her instantly famous.

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    LOT N°026

    Patrick JARNOUX (1946-2014) 
    Lino Ventura & Jacques Deray
    53 x 80 cm. Printed later on fiber-based paper.
    Black wooden frame, and mat.
    Edition 1/1
    During the summer of 1977 in Barcelona, Lino Ventura enjoys a meal with director, Jacques Deray in between takes of Un papillon sur l’épaule. The actor generally preferred heavier fare during filming: he had the reputation of being a great chef thanks to the delicious spaghetti meals he frequently prepared for the crew.

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    LOT N°027

    Paul SLADE (1924-1979)
    Elizabeth Taylor & Eddie Fisher
    Printed later on fiber-based paper
    Edition 1/1
    80 x 53 cm
    Black wooden frame, and mat.
    Seated in the front row of a crowd of 30,000 spectators at the Polo Grounds of New York, beside her husband Eddie Fisher, Elizabeth Taylor is intensely engaged in the fight between Swedish boxer and World Heavyweight Champion Ingemar Johansson and American Floyd Patterson on June 20, 1960. A former Heavyweight Champion himself, it would take only five rounds for Patterson to knock out his opponent and regain the title.

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    LOT N°028

    Paul SLADE (1924-1979)
    Marlene Dietrich
    Printed later on fiber-based paper
    Edition 1/1
    80 x 53 cm
    Black wooden frame, and mat.
    Universal Studios, Hollywood, February, 1961, Marlene Dietrich sings for the technicians and the extras on the set of Stanley Kramer’s Judgment at Nuremberg, whose exterior shots were done on location in Germany. The atmosphere reminded her of World War II when she performed for American soldiers to boost morale.

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    LOT N°029

    Paul SLADE (1924-1979)
    Marlene Dietrich
    Printed later on fiber-based paper
    Edition 1/1
    80 x 53 cm
    Black wooden frame, and mat.
    Marlene Dietrich during the filming of Judgment at Nuremberg, in Hollywood. The actress, who had refused all film offers since Orson Welles’ Touch of Evil, in 1957, accepted this role through hatred of the Nazis, for her the incarnation of absolute evil.

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    LOT N°030

    Philippe LE TELLIER (1930-2011)
    Catherine Deneuve & Françoise Dorléac 
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    Edition 1/1
    53 x 80 cm
    Black wooden frame, and mat.
    June, 1966: here are the Young Girls of Rochefort, the unforgettable stars of Jacques Demy’s “singing” movie.  Although they weren’t the Gemini twins they played on screen, it was difficult for Catherine Deneuve (Libra) and Françoise Dorléac (Aries) to hide their family resemblance, even under their wigs.

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    LOT N°031

    Philippe LE TELLIER (1930-2011)
    François Truffaut
    Printed later on fiber-based paper
    Edition 1/1
    60 x 40 cm
    Black wooden frame, and mat.
    François Truffaut in September, 1966, at the Venice Mostra to present Fahrenheit 451, a movie about the destruction of books. Seated on a pile of leaves, he reads a comedy collection by humorist Cami, Nights at the Tour de Nesle and Other Tales.

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    LOT N°032

    Philippe LE TELLIER (1930-2011)
    Jean-Luc Godard & Chantal Goya
    Printed later on fiber-based paper
    Edition 1/1
    53 x 80 cm
    Black wooden frame, and mat.
    A new way to make movies: not in a studio, but inside an authentic bistro in Vincennes where, on November 23, 1965, Jean-Luc Godard directs Chantal Goya in a scene from Masculin Feminin.

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    LOT N°033

    Philippe LE TELLIER (1930-2011)
    Jerry Lewis
    Printed later on fiber-based paper
    Edition 1/1
    60 x 60 cm
    Black wooden frame, and mat.
    Sitting on his suitcases in his Hotel Ritz suite on April 18, 1965, Jerry Lewis is in Paris to film John Rich’s Boeing Boeing alongside Tony Curtis, Dany Saval and Suzanna Leigh. Filming would begin in a few hours, Place de l’Étoile.

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    LOT N°034

    Philippe LE TELLIER (1930-2011)
    Joanne Woodward & Paul Newman
    Printed later on fiber-based paper
    Edition 1/1
    53 x 80 cm
    Black wooden frame, and mat.
    It was on the set of Martin Ritt’s The Long Hot Summer that they fell in love. Two years later, in December 1960, they worked on another movie by Ritt, Paris Blues, in the Boulogne Studios. The love story between Joanne Woodward and Paul Newman would endure for half a century, until the actor’s death in 2008.

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    LOT N°035

    Philippe LE TELLIER (1930-2011)
    John Ford
    Printed later on fiber-based paper
    Edition 1/1
    63 x 63 cm
    Floater frame
    Paris, a portrait of director John Ford for the release of his movie The Quiet Man. January 5, 1952.

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    LOT N°036

    Philippe LE TELLIER (1930-2011)
    Liv Ullmann 
    Printed later on fiber-based paper
    Edition 1/1
    80 x 53 cm
    Floater frame
    Ever since Greta Garbo and Ingrid Bergman, very few actresses have been as intriguing. But Norwegian actress Liv Ullmann has, so far, resisted the immutable calls of Hollywood.  She presented Shame in Paris in April, 1969. It was her third film under the direction of her partner, Swedish director Ingmar Bergman.

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    LOT N°037

    Philippe LE TELLIER (1930-2011)
    Sharon Tate
    Printed later on fiber-based paper
    Edition 1/1
    53 x 80 cm
    Black wooden frame, and mat.
    Dordogne, September, 1965: Posing on the railing of the Hautefort castle with her doe’s eyes and goddess’s body, she evokes a mysterious heroine from a modern fairy tale. Sharon Tate would not remain a simple starlet. She would hold be the female lead in her next film, Dance of the Vampires, whose director, Roman Polanski, she later married.

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    LOT N°038

    Philippe LE TELLIER (1930-2011)
    Sharon Tate
    Printed later on fiber-based paper
    Edition 1/1
    80 x 53 cm
    Black wooden frame, and mat.
    Sharon Tate had enjoyed only minor roles in a few television series, and it was once again a minor role she held in J. Lee Thompson’s Eye of the Devil, a British production filmed in 1965 at the Hautefort castle in Dordogne. But it was she who captured the Match photographer’s attention…

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    LOT N°039

    Philippe LE TELLIER(1930-2011)
    Catherine Deneuve & Norman Maen 
    Printed later on fiber-based paper
    Edition 1/1
    80 x 53 cm
    Black wooden frame, and mat.
    Final adjustments before the dancing scene in The Young Girls of Rochefort, on June 13, 1966. Choreographer Norman Maen has Catherine Deneuve rehearse a step.

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    LOT N°040

    René VITAL (1924-1993)
    Clark Gable 
    Printed later on fiber-based paper
    Edition 1/1
    60 x 60 cm
    Black wooden frame, and mat. 
    May, 1952. (The “King”) Clark Gable, “The King,” was the essence of masculine sex appeal. The American actor’s popularity remained immense two years after the delayed French release of Gone With the Wind, a release that had been pushed back by the war and the occupation of Paris. Gable’s arrival in France that year was such an event that Paris Match, unable to wait for him to arrive in the capital city, traveled to le Havre to photograph him on the

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    LOT N°041

    André LEFEBVRE (1919-1984)
    The Beatles
    Printed later on fiber-based paper
    Edition 1/1
    60 x 60 cm
    Black wooden frame, and mat.
    Kids!!! George Harrison, Paul McCartney and John Lennon teasing Ringo Starr in his Paris hotel room. Beatlemania has not yet descended on France. Bruno Coquatrix, the owner of The Olympia music hall, wasn’t convinced Beatles fans would fill the room for the duration of their gig from January 16 to February 4 1964: the “Fab Four” performed at the show’s end, after Trini Lopez and Sylvie Vartan.

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    LOT N°042

    Benjamin AUGER (1942-2002)
    Barbara & Gérard Depardieu
    Printed later on fiber-based paper
    Edition 1/1
    53 x 80 cm
    Black wooden frame, and mat. 
    A triumph at the Paris Zenith in January, 1986, French singer Barbara’s variety show Lily Passion depicted a love story between a master singer and an altruistic assassin played by Gérard Depardieu.  Despite receiving a delicate kiss from her knight in shining armor, the “great “dame brune,”as she was known, was already taken, forever devoted to her fans.

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    LOT N°043

    Benjamin AUGER (1942-2002)
    Johnny Hallyday, Eddie Barclay & Charles Aznavour
    Printed later on fiber-based paper
    Edition 1/10
    40 x 60 cm
    Black wooden frame, and mat.
    In August, 1980, Johnny Hallyday’s concert tour (30 gala performances, 14,000 kilometers in a souped up sleeping-car) stopped in Saint-Tropez. Eddie Barclay, who owns a villa in neighboring Ramatuelle, invited the singer of Ma Gueule, and Charles Aznavour, who just dropped by. The three are seen here looking at concert photos on the living room piano.

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    LOT N°044

    Benjamin AUGER (1942-2002)
    Johnny Hallyday
    Printed later on fiber-based paper
    Edition 1/1
    53 x 80 cm
    Black wooden frame, and mat.
    Sixteen years after releasing his first album, prevailing teen idol Johnny Hallyday continues to dominate the French rock scene. On September 28, 1976, Hallyday contemplates the empty Palais des Sports concert hall where he would perform that evening. During his month-long run of stage appearances here, over 200,000 fans will have come to cheer the superstar.

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    LOT N°045

    Benjamin AUGER (1942-2002) 
    Nina Hagen 
    Printed later on fiber-based paper
    Edition 1/1
    53 x 80 cm
    Floater frame.
    Nina Hagen became a star with the sound of African Reggae, where her vocal range combined a brazen combination of rock, punk, jazz, funk, soul, ska, pop, reggae and even Tyrolean. In September, 1980, the extravagant German singer posed as Marilyn Monroe for Paris Match.

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    LOT N°046

    Benoit GYSEMBERGH (1954-2013)
    Françoise Hardy & Jacques Dutronc 
    Printed later on fiber-based paper
    Edition 1/10
    60 x 40 cm
    Black wooden frame, and mat.
    Although Françoise Hardy might be lighting his cigar, her submissiveness is only a game. In 1980, each would release a new album. Hardy’s Gin Tonic was light and melancholic. That of Jacques Dutronc, Guerre et Pets, provocative and jaded. As if a declaration, he revisited a song he had written for her eighteen years earlier, Le Temps de l’amour.

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    LOT N°047

    Benoit GYSEMBERGH (1954-2013)
    Serge Gainsbourg
    Printed later on fiber-based paper
    Edition 1/1
    80 x 53 cm
    Black wooden frame, and mat.
    While the Almighty might have smoked Cuban cigars, Serge Gainsbourg was a compulsive consumer of Gitane cigarettes: he inhaled between two and five packs a day, apparently without hurting his voice. On April 30, 1982, Gainsbourg is seen here at his home on the rue de Verneuil in Paris, smoking while looking at himself smoking on a small screen similar to those used on Boeing 747 airplanes.

  • 1 picture(s)
    Appraisal : 800/1200 €

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    LOT N°048

    François PAGÈS (1929-1995)
    Zizi Jeanmaire  
    Printed later on fiber-based paper
    Edition 1/1
    80 x 53 cm
    Black wooden frame, and mat.
    Every night at the Alhambra, Zizi Jeanmaire would sing Mon Truc en Plumes wearing a luxurious dress, custom-designed by Yves Saint Laurent. In gratitude, she agreed to model for his winter collection in a most unusual way: here she poses on July 26, 1961, standing in the middle of a busy intersection as cars race past her.

  • 1 picture(s)
    Appraisal : 800/1200 €

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    LOT N°049

    Georges BEUTTER (1944-2011)
    Festival de Woodstock 
    Printed later on fiber-based paper
    Edition 1/1
    52 x 78 cm
    Black wooden frame, 5 cm mat.
    A couple wrapped in a blanket at Woodstock. August, 1969.

  • 1 picture(s)
    Appraisal : 800/1200 €

    Hammer price : 0 €

    LOT N°050

    Georges BEUTTER (1944-2011)
    Johnny Hallyday
    Printed later on fiber-based paper
    Edition 1/1
    53 x 80 cm
    Floater frame.
    Johnny Hallyday’s role as a hoodlum in John Berry’s 1967 action comedy The Great Chase gave the singer an opportunity to simultaneously enjoy two of his favorite activities: movies and motorcycles. But filming didn’t go so well, giving him mixed feelings about the whole adventure. A reaction that would change several years later when (Claude) Lelouch, (Jean-Luc) Godard, Costa-Gavras or Patrice Leconte would cast him in their movies.
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