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Eros dhe modë: Kur të fotografon Helmut Newton (+16)

Ai mbahet si një nga emrat më të mëdhenj të fotografisë.

Imazhet e tij ikonike frymëzuan qindra fotografë të tjerë dhe hodhën themelet e fotografisë së modës.



Bëhet fjalë për të famshmin Helmut Newton.

26 nga fotot e tij më të mira do të ekspozohen në Londër në një ekspozitë të rrallë.

Më poshtë një koleksion i fotove.

Rue Aubriot, taken in Paris in 1975, has become one of the most famous fashion photographs of all time for its depiction of actress and model Vibeke Knudsen wearing Yves Saint Laurent's cult Le Smoking in a deserted, lamplit streetItalian model-turned jewellery-designer Elsa Peretti poses in a 'Bunny' costume by Halston, New York, 1975, set against soaring Manhattan skyscrapersUpstairs at Maxim's, Paris, 1978 pays homage to the Twenties and Thirties in the stylised pose and the female model's hat and loose-waisted jacket and skirtAnother of his iconic shots, right, called Blonde on Blonde is also to go on displayA collection of iconic images taken by Helmut Newton the legendary photographer dubbed 'The King of Kink are going on display and will include famous pictures such as Swimwear (Jerry Hall spitting) taken for Vogue in 1978. Newton, who died in 2004, famously said: 'If a photographer says he is not a voyeur, he is an idiot'Jerry Hall stars in the snaps, which were produced from a series of transparencies that he considered his most provocative and important work through 1984In 1976, Newton shot Saddle II in Paris, inspired by the luxury products on display in Hermes that juxtaposed handbags, silk scarves and accessories with bridles and leather goods. He used his observations to compose a witty subversive shoot in which a model clad in a tuxedo jacket, black bra and stockings and suspenders sat astride a saddle on the back of an armchairCharlotte Rampling, OBE, was a frequent muse for Newton and posed naked on a dining room table in one of her most famous portraits1980's Woman Being Filmed, includes Newton's favourite themes of voyeurism and female sexuality16th Arondissement, taken in 1975, uses body language to hint at a relationship that is more than just mistress and maidLe Cadre Noir De Saumur features models appearing to be scared after coming across across instructors at the French military riding academy, one of the most prestigious schools of horsemanship in the countryWoman into Man, which was shot for Vogue, in 1979, is a distinctive Newton picture mixing themes of power, sex and luxuryNewton's book World Without Men was released after his death and had the picture Model in Fur with Bear on the coverIn Chez Patou, shot for French Vogue in 1977, pouting models pose in loose dresses in a salon that looks like a Parisian atelier In Winnie At The Negresco, Nice, Newton photographed his blonde model leaning over the balcony of luxury hotel but while she is resting on a thick fur coat, the rest of her body is bareHe often shot mannequins either posed with models or on their own, raising questions about their agency in the scenes depictedHis pictures including this one, titled Tomb of Talma, from 1977, features a woman suggestively dressed, who although clad in a thick fur coat and high heels appears not to be wearing any clothes beneath her coat as she adjusts her stockings and suspenders

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