Richard Avedon

'Something Personal' reveals that Avedon and Nichols were lovers for at least two stretches in their lives.
The model, who died at 86, was the "first to put in front of the audience the idea of the otherness."
After his recent trip to Puerto Rico, I caught up with Omar to bring you some of his iconic images and to find out more about
I think of your face;/ It is on your last day,/ Quivering lips upward/ Perhaps starting to smile,/ And a single tear swelling/ In the corner of your life.
We'll never know for sure just how tight or too tight the actual garment fit was for this fashionista's ill-gotten fame, for that question is not politically correct enough to ask and make an issue of -- or is it?
World-renowned photographer Richard Avedon's visual account of the fall of the Berlin wall is not only considered as the high point of his career but also as one of the strongest photo-journalistic moments of all time.
"I remember seeing a photo of her jumping on a trampoline -- I believe this was before I understood that she was famous," she
Sarah McLachlan: "I approach all my records the same way, which is to try not to "eat the whole whale at once." The approach to songwriting for me is slow and laborious and I just have to let things take their natural course."
While Avedon's fashion photography is certainly his most celebrated and recognizable work, it is his portraiture that acutely reveals the psychological complexities of both the subject and the artist.
He was being Mickey Rooney, the only thing he'd ever known. And he was still out there, swinging for the fences.
-- We know all of that and more about his years of triumph, followed by years when his art matured, and became more philosophical
I decided to pick Bennet Cobliner's brain about the evolution of the "medium" used to convey images and how that and other factors have impacted the image-maker's techniques as well as the pictures themselves. These were my takeaways from that discussion.
Known as one of the 20th century's leading fashion photographers and portraitists, Richard Avedon retained an uncanny ability to garner quite unique, sublimely frank expressions from his subjects.
Lillian Bassman was ranked among photography legends like Richard Avedon and Irving Penn because of her ability to blend
Lillian Bassman was ranked among photography legends like Richard Avedon and Irving Penn because of her ability to blend
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In times of grief, I seek solace with art. I hope that in my role as director of a museum of contemporary art, I am able to play some small role in facilitating an experience that might provide solace for others.