Anna Winand, former Cornell Capa’s assistant at The International Center of Photography in New York, digs into the institution archives and unearths great memories. In 1981, curator and writer on photography William Ewing was working on an exhibition of American photographer Berenice Abbott’s work and he and Jackie Kennedy-Onassis travelled to Maine (USA) to visit Berenice. I smile at their “cavorting” in...
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