DOVE AND DOVE

BY ANGELA SORBY Cote d’Azure, 1981 Paloma Picasso stands on the high dive wearing a black maillot. Below her, the photographer forgets the holy spirit’s ascension as he plunges into concentration: Paloma is vital—her perfume flies off shelves all over France. Above the photographer’s bent head a moth unspools its thirty hours of life, extending … Continue reading DOVE AND DOVE