Celebrity photography is a genre that never runs out of steam. Portraits of movie stars, artists, statesmen, musicians, athletes… Henry Leutwyler knows something about this – he who has made portraits of celebrities like Julia Roberts, Michelle Obama or Rihanna, and who works for such prestigious magazines as Vanity Fair, the New York Times Magazine, Esquire, Vogue or Time. The Document exhibition, at the Musée des beaux...
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