Photographer Saul Leiter, who is famous for his abstracted forms and radically innovative compositions, took intimate photographs of his muses over three decades. Deeply personal and contemplative, many of these images share tender moments underscored by the subjects’ trust in the photographer. These wonderful pictures are currently on view in a new exhibition in New York, at the Howard Greenberg...
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