“I love night life. When I first started hanging out in Paris, I looked for places where I could feel the energy and intensity. Naturally, I was drawn to Pigalle. I love its parties. There’s nothing like it.”
For Pierre-Ange Carlotti, Pigalle has always been about the night, a fact reflected in his photography. For Le Pigalle, he wanted “to express a certain idea of nudity; the flesh that’s always rising to the surface in this neighborhood, where sex is business.”
Pigalle, the night, neon and naked women. “But I forge a close relationship with my models. It’s a way of looking at things that seems to fit hotel bedrooms. There’s the same connection with intimacy that fascinates me.” And which he’s expressed in his collaboration with Le Pigalle.