The secret to the success of Peter Lindbergh (1944-2019) – arguably the most influential and brightest fashion photographer of his generation is not only in his mastery of black and white, but also and above all in sensitivity with which he was able to approach his models. Much more than perfection and glamor, it is the charisma, individuality and personality of women in front of her camera that interests as many qualities as associating it more with portrait than with fashion photography. The second volume of his images of women, covering the years 2005 to 2014, is an ode to...
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