“DEBORAH TURBEVILLE’S “UNSEEN VERSAILLES” EXHIBITION OPENING at Galerie Serge Aboukrat, Paris..”


As a great admirer of photographer Deborah Turbeville’s work, I sure would love to see this exhibit. For more photos from the exhibit go to  purple DIARY.

About christian harkness

Photographer and printmaker; living and working in north Florida.
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6 Responses to “DEBORAH TURBEVILLE’S “UNSEEN VERSAILLES” EXHIBITION OPENING at Galerie Serge Aboukrat, Paris..”

  1. Ted West says:

    One of my favorites! Thanks for sharing.

    • You are welcome Ted – I thought I had the book, but I don’t think I do. I do have the majority of her other ones though. I do love her work, and seeing it has given me ‘permission’ to work much more freely.

  2. Extraordinary imagery. I’ve seen a lot of her work but never these pictures. I hope to get to Paris before Christmas and maybe I’ll get to see this exhibition.

  3. Wow, well I was thinking of you when posting this, and hoped that if you liked Turbeville’s work you just might….:)

  4. simon0252 says:

    Marvellous work. The frames look great, do you know what material they’re made from?

  5. Honestly Simon, I don’t know. Looking at the larger version of the photo it seems to me they are strips of soldered copper – however, I really don’t know.

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