The Master Class was created by legendary photographer Richard Avedon and artistic director Marvin Israel at the Avedon Studio in New York for up and coming promising photographers. Gideon Lewin, Avedon’s studio manager at the time, documented the evolution of the class, a forum to which students brought their personal work as well as assignments given during the course. The...
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