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Mike Mandel’s Good 70s Photos at SF MOMA

Mike Mandel’s Good 70s Photos at SF MOMA
Mike Mandel, from the series Myself: Timed Exposures, 1971, printed 2015; courtesy the artist; © Mike Mandel

On exhibit at San Francisco’s Museum of Modern Art through August 20th, is the show Good 70s featuring the photographs, books and a film by artist and photographer Mike Mandel. The exhibit focuses on work from one of his most productive decades during which he was collaborating with his friend and well-known photographer Larry Sultan. (more…)

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Rarely Seen, Previously Unpublished Diane Arbus Photos Make Their Debut. Here’s 20.

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Diane Arbus, Woman with white gloves and a pocketbook, N.Y.C., 1956

previously unplublished diane arbus photos

As part of the inaugural season at The Met Breuer, early works of Diane Arbus consisting of several previously unseen, never exhibited and unpublished early works of the photographer will be exhibited to the public. Here’s a sneak peek at 20 of the photos. (more…)

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Balmain Ad Campaign Proves Why They Are Called Supermodels.

Balmain ad campaign

Haute couture fashion house Balmain has launched a new campaign for their 2016 Spring Summer line featuring supermodels of yesteryear, Claudia Schiffer, Cindy Crawford and Naomi Campbell. Photographed by the legendary Steven Klein these women, now in their mid-late 40s, look even better now than in their heyday. (more…)

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