Henri Dauman's photographs take viewers back to the golden age of American magazines and the beautiful photographs they published. It was the time of clever framing, innovative angles, creative approaches—technique was everything. By manufacturing “icons,” Dauman went from being a photojournalist to being a photographer.
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