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At the end of the 1970s Vogue's editorial director, Alexander Liberman, described fashion photography as "a subtle and complex operation that involved art, talent, technique, psychology and salesmanship". He wrote of'the emerging power of the new woman, the unexpectedly all-pervading...
This image is taken from Larry Clark's seminal photobook Tulsa (1971), which centres life and habits of a number of speed freaks. He took images in 1963, 1968 and 1971. This example features Billy Mann, one of the dysfunctional...
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