Nicholas Nixon (born in Detroit, Michigan, 1947) occupies a unique and prominent place in the history of photography in recent decades. Art portrait, exploiting the descriptive potential of the camera, his work reveals both what is seen and what remains generally invisible. The photographs of Nicholas Nixon capture these fleeting moments, evocatives and impossible to tell, that are love, passion, […]
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