There’s almost nothing left to be said or written about William Klein. He is a master of style and chaos who, throughout his career, has defied labels and attempted to develop “new visual objects.” The style attests to his taste for a brutal imagery which has influenced subsequent generations. Klein has a busy season ahead of him in Paris, New York and London. In Paris, through May 9th, a reproduction of his original voyage to Tokyo in 1961.
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