Fashion photography was always the most important genre in Helmut Newton’s work. Long before he produced his first books with international publishing houses . He worked on commissions for top magazines and fashion houses. Newton published some of these photographs in 1984 in his fourth book – ironically and descriptively titled “World without Men.” The book contains statements and commentaries by Newton alongside many of the iconic photographs that he took in Paris, Saint Tropez, Los Angeles, Milan, Berlin, and London from the 1960s through the 1980s. This is the first time that the legendary photo book is transformed into an exhibition and presented in its entirety, similar to the most recent exhibition of Newton’s first three photo books.
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