What do the prurient intimacy of 1940s prints by Carlo Mollino, a complex genius and free spirit, and Helmut Newton’s glorification of the tantalizing eroticism of modern Amazons in the 1980s have in common? Both reveal the woman and muse in the full splendor of her nudity.
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