“75 Parisiennes”: French Photographer Spends 6 Years Capturing Women In Paris

Mélanie, métro Anvers

This book in which a selection of 75 photographs are presented, is the outcome of six years of work by the portraitist Baudouin on the women of Paris. The photographs are a tribute to these Parisiennes, whose diversity and complexity have caused rivers of ink to flow.

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Judith, actress, métro Gare de l’est

A French photographer born in 1977, Baudouin is a society portraitist. He very quickly elaborated a distinct protocol and style characterised by 6×6 prints, lighting, careful composition and an invariable touch of eccentricity. Whether seated, standing or lying, his subjects are photographed in their own environment, where, in his guise as observer, Baudouin draws attention to a crowd of details that say quite as much about his subjects as their facial expressions. 75 photos french, english and dutch language.

Elodie, designer, métro La Fourche

Clémence, design editor, métro Passy

Amélie, shoes designer, métro Bastille

Angie, métro Porte de Clignancourt

Adrienne, singer, métro Odéon

Fabienne, artist, métro Porte de Bagnolet

Louise, blogger, métro Arts et métiers

Vyva, painter, métro La Chapelle

Colombe, stylist, métro Odéon

Prune, sculptor, métro Bréguet-Sabin

Fifi, fashion designer, métro Blanche

Kumi, singer, métro Porte de Choisy

Laura, journalist, métro Porte de Clichy

Marine, producer, métro Goncourt

Marijo, métro Cambronne

Manon, fashion designer, métro Saint Germain

Vanessa, stylist, métro La Fourche

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