Monday, March 26, 2012

Helmut Newton Retrospective

Helmut Newton's (Berlin, 1920 - 2004) images, made public on Vogue's pages, were provocative, sometimes shocking, through erotism, humour, violence, in order to reveal the world he lived in: money, luxury, fashion, power. His work builds a notion of liberty in a new and unique vision of the female body and the female herself, a modern, powerful, rich and sexually revolutionary woman.

At the Grand Palais you can now see a retrospective of the amazing photographer until 17 July.

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