Juergen Teller is an iconoclast, a fashion photographer, whose subjects also include eccentrics and bohemians. The pictures all have accompanying texts describing the circumstances of the shoot. A wide diversity of personalities can be found in front of Teller’s lens. From anonymous individuals to naked celebrities including Charlotte Rampling or Helen Mirren, himself, his daughter, his son, his mother, his close friends, living or dead animals. Although the subjects might seem to vary considerably in nature, they are in fact incredibly similar (identical print size and caption), and especially by their unvarying aesthetic approach.
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