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Jean-François Galey Sand (1948-) is a French painter.


The precise unrealism of his polaroid formats suggests both his undeniable influence on figurative art and a photographic intention to immortalize women’s eroticism.


This assertiveness of the picture that we are invited to position temporally according to our own reference points, glorifies the woman in what she has of more carnal: sister, mother, lover, whore or simply subject.


Araki’s Erotos is Jean-François’ Erothéna with this common point: a format liberated from the opacity of confidential scenes.


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