Celebrity photography has made the success of the biggest magazines. We dream in front of the portraits of movie stars, artists, statesmen, musicians, sportsmen. When receiving an assignment, the pressure is great for the photographer who must not only meet the expectations of the magazines but also those of the personalities passing briefly in the studio. Henry Leutwyler knows something about the subject, he who worked for titles as prestigious as Vogue, the New York Times Magazine or Esquire and who portrayed personalities celebrated everywhere in the world. The exhibition is dedicated to these stars who make us vibrate so much […]
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