British photographer Mary McCartney’s work concentrates on the world of portrait and candid reportage photography and is suffused with the special chemistry between photographer and subject. She focuses intently on her subjects, from her intimate study of professional ballerinas at the Royal Ballet to candid moments behind the scenes of fashion shows, and strangers on city streets. Her latest exhibition...
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