Sarah Moon

Born into a Jewish family in Vichy, France, in 1941, Sarah Moon was forced to leave occupied France for England, where she grew up. She studied drawing and then started worked as a model, where she came in contact with the world of fashion, which propelled her in turn into photography. International fame came in 1967, when she began to collaborate with Cacharel. In 1970, she decided to devote herself exclusively to photography, and her work began to published in a numerous magazines and journals.

Sarah Moon is particularly well-known for her Polaroids, her half-tones, and her effaced faces. Themes like fashion, as well as nature, mythology and exoticism, are very present in her images, which are always almost slightly out of focus... Sarah Moon has won several awards for her work, which is shown and admired around the world.

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