The main wall of Atlanta’s Jackson Fine Art Gallery’s AIPAD booth is a testament to the fashion world. The Greg Lotus projects shot mainly for Italian Vogue are irresistible, as are Todd Selby’s portraits of Karl Lagerfeld standing before a mammoth wall of books, and the timeless style of Frank Horvat’s photographs. Other important artists are on display, from Mona Kuhn to Vivian Maier, not to mention the architectural and urban compositions of the British photographer George Georgiou, two-time recipient of the World Press Photo content. Fashion, yes, but with a touch of humanism.
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