The exhibition at the Rencontres d’Arles retraces the most intense decade in the life of the American model and photographer Lee Miller, who became a war correspondent during World War II.via Blind Magazine: https://www.blind-magazine.com/en/news/lee-miller-from-vogue-to-buchenwald-and-dachau/
Lee Miller possesses sculptural beauty, an unfathomable gaze, the aura of a sylph, and steely determination. A Poughkeepsie native, she lived multiple lives scarred by trauma. Her childhood was brutal: she was raped at the age of seven by a family friend. Her adolescence was fractured: she was made to pose nude before her father’s camera. Yet she was able to overcome the emotional turmoil. She was discovered by Condé Nast and was offered the cover of Vogue US; she worked and lived with Man Ray; was painted by Picasso and sculpted by Cocteau; and the list goes on.