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Madonna, Claudia Schiffer, and More, As Only Helmut Newton Could Capture Them

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The second half of the 20th century would have occurred with out Helmut Newton, however what would it not have seemed like? The Berlin-born photographer, who was briefly imprisoned in a Nazi focus camp as a youngster and ultimately fled to Australia, was one of many world’s defining vogue photographers from 1961 till his demise in 2004. As Vicki Goldberg wrote for Vainness Honest, he “made breaching taboos so stylish and so acceptable to the haute bourgeoisie that celebrities and socialites rushed to be reimagined by his audacious, extreme, sly, decadent (even, once in a while, kindly) lens.” 

As what would have been Newton’s 100th birthday approaches, Berlin’s Helmut Newton Basis is staging a big out of doors exhibition of the photographer’s work, each alongside an 85-meter wall in Kreuzberg and in 250 Metropolis Gentle posters displayed all through town. “What Newton did finest, repeatedly, was to provide uncomfortably memorable photos,” Goldberg wrote. Forward, a glance again at however a couple of of them. 

Claudia Schiffer in Vainness Honest, 1992.

Jerry Corridor for Vogue, Paris, 1974.

© Helmut Newton Property. 

Giovanni Agnelli for Vainness Honest, Turin 1997.

© Helmut Newton Property.

Yves-Saint-Laurent, Paris, 1992.

© Helmut Newton Property.

Blumarine, Monaco, 1995.

© Helmut Newton Property.

Monica Bellucci, Monte Carlo, 2001.

© Helmut Newton Property.

French Vogue, Rue Aubriot, Paris, 1975.

© Helmut Newton Property.

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