In the Face of a Camera: The Melodramatic Imagination

An Official Portrait: Queen Elizabeth II

Photography by: Annie Leibovitz

Natassja Kinski, Vogue Magazine (1981)

Photography by: Richard Avedon

Women by the Windows

Photography by: Harry Callahan

Carl Sandburg Waiting in a Chicago Nursing Home

Photography by: Lee Balterman

Contrasting Complement: Ken Moody and Robert Sherman

Photography by: Robert Mapplethorpe

A Fleeting Tender Moment

Photography by: Robert Mapplethorpe

Marilyn Monroe, New York City (1957)

Photography by: Richard Avedon

Barren Trees: Winter on Chicago’s Lake Michigan

Photography by: Harry Callahan

Just About Half-Past Ten, it’s Raining Men! Hallelujah! Amen!

The Last Words Never Spoken

Alone in the Subway Tunnel

Mikhail Barishnekov: The Piano Strut

Photography by: Annie Leibovitz

Alone at Night: Quiet Solitude at the Shore

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One Response to “In the Face of a Camera: The Melodramatic Imagination”

  1. eslam Says:

    Thank you distinct theme


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