Art Kane was one of a handful of photographers who, from the late 1950’s onward, made fashion and music photography fun. His imagination was the territory he found most intoxicating, and he rarely saw anyone straight on - except, of course, in his famous jazz musicians group portrait ‘Harlem 1958’. Art Kane was always interested in making a unique image.
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