Eva Ionesco born 18 July is a French actress, film director and screenwriter. She is the daughter of Romanian-French photographer Irina Ionesco and came to international prominence as a child model after being featured in her mother's works. Ionesco was born to photographer Irina Ionesco , a Frenchwoman of Romanian descent, who had a relationship with a Hungarian man who worked in the military. Prior to Ionesco's birth, her mother had worked as a contortionist as she had come from a family of circus performers on her maternal side. In her mother lost custody of her and Ionesco lived for a time with the parents of footwear designer Christian Louboutin who had already left home. From the age of 13 Ionesco became a regular club-goer at Le Palace along with Christian Louboutin and Edwige Belmore and also developed a drug habit. At the age of 5, Eva became her mother's favorite photo model. Irina Ionesco's erotic photographs of her young daughter Eva have been a source of controversy since they first appeared in the s. Eva also modeled for other photographers such as Jacques Bourboulon.
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And the annual publishing spat erupted on cue last week when French-Romanian photographer Irina Ionesco — notorious for taking provocative erotic pictures of her young daughter Eva — sued her son-in-law for invasion of privacy, and lost. The ruling is unlikely to spark a reconciliation between mother and daughter, who have engaged in a bitter settling of scores for nearly 40 years. The girl became the youngest model ever to appear in Playboy , featuring in the Italian edition at the age of 11 in October Ionesco also made films starring her daughter — claiming that, like her photographs, they were done in the name of art. In she directed an autobiographical film called My Little Princess , with Isabelle Huppert playing an Irina-like figure, which explored her relationship with her mother and the eternal debate over the line between artistic freedom, pornography and sexual exploitation.
No relation to Theater of the Absurd pioneer Eugene Ionesco, the director is the daughter of Irina Ionesco, whose provocative nude photographs of her child made waves in the Paris art world of the s. Ionesco says her mother started shooting her from age four, but the child in the film is 10, no doubt to tone down the distastefulness of showing a girl of that age being grotesquely sexualized. Depiction of the actual photographs is relatively restrained, with nudity confined to older models. Lip service is paid to questioning the boundaries between art and pornography, but mostly this is just a lurid clash between overbearingly theatrical mama diva and petulant baby diva. Winsome Violetta Anamaria Vartolomei is living contentedly with her God-fearing great-grandmother Georgetta Leahu when her eccentric mother Hannah Huppert resurfaces after one of many prolonged absences. The pictures quickly transition from haunted damsels into more overtly sexual territory as Violetta is pushed to drop her bourgeois inhibitions. Overnight, Hannah is hailed as the high priestess of morbid eroticism while Violetta, sent to school dressed like a poptart flapper, becomes the class pariah. During a trip to England to photograph a punky glamrocker model Jethro Cave, channeling a louche version of his dad, Nick Cave , Hannah encourages Violetta to shed more clothes and get more physical in their pictures together. A child being exploited by such an egomaniacal parent should spark automatic sympathy. But Ionesco remains curiously detached from the psychological impact on Violetta, focusing more on her tantrums and preening affectations than her lost innocence.
My Little Princess- Eva Ionesco. At last! My little Princess has been released! I've waited for it for so long.. So, my joy is inconceivable! The readers of this blog remember that one of the first articles here was about Eva Ionesco ad Irina Ionesco, her mother, and their unusual story. But to the point.