75 Parisian Girls is the result of several years of work for the photographer Baudouin.
Baudouin defines himself as a portraitist, even more than a photographer. He has entered these women’s homes, capturing their craziness and originality, seeking details and accurate composition.
Shallowness, triviality, glamor all mingle and collide with the daily routine, to portray the seventy-five faces of all ages of the mythical Parisian woman. What does she look like? What does she do for a living? Where does she live? Her quirks, objects, colors, all in a 6/6 format, seen from inside.
I have tried the experience. Baudouin arrives at your place. He listens and observes. He takes time to find the right angle and the right idea, which he thinks will be a good balance of what you are and where you live. With just the right amount of detached humor.
From over three hundred portraits, Baudouin has chosen seventy-five. It’s a bit like the who’s who, who will be in, who will be out?
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