“I think that my creative work in advertising is the hardest, most honest work that I do. There are no illusions….[The ads] are records of the world we live in and it’s possible that the record of my ads over the past twenty years could be a more valuable social document than a record of what I think are my finest fashion photographs.” – Richard Avedon Richard Avedon was one of the most sought-after and influential advertising photographers in America from the 1940s to the beginning of the 21st century, creating thousands of advertisements for approximately six hundred different clients, many of whom he […]
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