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Naked in Giverny: E.V. Day photographs Kembra Pfahler in Claude Monet’s gardens


E.V. Day/Kembra Pfahler, Untitled, 50” by 50”/Edition of 3

There’s an online gallery of the amazing new collaboration between Dangerous Minds pal Kembra Pfahler and E.V. Day that’s been posted at Dazed Digital. The photos were shot in France at the famous gardens of Claude Monet in Giverny:

Pfahler told Dazed:

“I find that when your motives are very clear, it sets the tone for how people treat you. The gardeners there were so happy to see the costume juxtaposed with the verdancy of the garden – we got nothing but kindness from those we encountered. It was our intention to spread joy and it was contagious. So we didn’t come into any harmful objections from anyone.”

E.V. Day on Kembra:

“What I admire about Kembra – and the archetype she created, Karen Black – is that she explores the darkness that comes with extreme beauty, without losing sight of the humour in there, too. Plus, Kembra is about the sweetest person I ever met – except when she’s hungry and in the back of a tiny Renault that’s lost in Paris traffic.”

The work is currently on exhibit until April 24th 2012 at The Hole, 312 Bowery, NYC
 

 
Below, director Bijoux Altamirano’s music video for The Voluptuous Horror of Karen Black’s “Bring Back The Night”
 

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