“You could say that I’m not a photographer, just a memory thief,” writes Ronald Shakespear about himself. The work of this renowned designer and head of the family business, Diseño Shakespear, is on display through June 25 at the Buenos Aires Museum of Modern Art with the exhibition Caras y Caritas, featuring forty portraits taken by Shakespear in the 1960s, ranging from celebrities like Orson Welles and Jorge Luis Borges to more intimate family photos.
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