William Klein is good times, breathtaking imagery, energies swept across the universe, captured on film then printed on paper with ink. It’s a long way from the original, that moment when and where it went down, yet Klein’s photographs are always fresh, that intensity always happening anew. His photographs hit instantly, insistently, demanding our full attention, captivating us so that we focus and enjoy all that Klein encountered in his travels on earth.
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