With over forty years of photography, Scottish photographer Albert Watson’s body of work is diverse. From Alfred Hitchcock to David Bowie, from Morocco to Las Vegas, his portfolio embraces fashion and portraiture, nudes and dance, still life and landscape, photo-essays and advertising campaigns. Yet as diverse as it is, it bears a striking coherence.
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