Between 1967 and 1971, Claude Guillaumin immersed himself into New York and Washington’s demonstrations beside his fashion photography. He captured historical moments and demands such as The Women’s March: for the rights of equality between women and men and abortion rights. The Black Panther’s March: fighting racism. The March For Peace: against the war in Vietnam, among other things. The […]
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