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David Bailey. “Portrait of Jane Birkin”. 1969. (Jane Birkin).

David Bailey. “Portrait of Jane Birkin”. 1969. (Jane Birkin).

Walker Evans. “Sons of American Legion”. 1935. Bethlehem, PA, USA.

Walker Evans. “Sons of American Legion”. 1935. Bethlehem, PA, USA.

Diane Arbus. “A Young Man and his Girlfriend with Hot Dogs in the Park”. 1971. New York, NY, USA.

Diane Arbus. “A Young Man and his Girlfriend with Hot Dogs in the Park”. 1971. New York, NY, USA.

Irving Penn. “The Mind’s Eye: The Merciless Originality of Jasper Johns”. 2006. (Jasper Johns, The New Yorker).

Irving Penn. “The Mind’s Eye: The Merciless Originality of Jasper Johns”. 2006. (Jasper Johns, The New Yorker).

Helmut Newton. “The Arielle Portfolio I-X: Arielle VI”. 1982. (Arielle Burgelin).

Helmut Newton. “The Arielle Portfolio I-X: Arielle VI”. 1982. (Arielle Burgelin).

Man Ray. “Torso (Retour à la Raison) - Photo reproduction of a still from Man Ray’s film ‘Le Retour à la Raison’ (Return to Reason), this particular photograph appeared on its own in the first issue of the key avant-garde journal La Révolution Surréaliste, in 1924”. 1923. Paris, France. (Kiki de Montparnasse).

Man Ray. “Torso (Retour à la Raison) - Photo reproduction of a still from Man Ray’s film ‘Le Retour à la Raison’ (Return to Reason), this particular photograph appeared on its own in the first issue of the key avant-garde journal La Révolution Surréaliste, in 1924”. 1923. Paris, France. (Kiki de Montparnasse).

Richard Avedon. “Untitled (Hair by Alexandre de Paris). 1965. Paris, France. (Jean Shrimpton).

Richard Avedon. “Untitled (Hair by Alexandre de Paris). 1965. Paris, France. (Jean Shrimpton).

Weegee. “Movie Ecstasy - The Kiss (Lovers with 3D glasses at the Palace Theatre (Infrared film))”. 1945. New York, NY, USA.

Weegee. “Movie Ecstasy - The Kiss (Lovers with 3D glasses at the Palace Theatre (Infrared film))”. 1945. New York, NY, USA.

Garry Winogrand. “Untitled (3 Figures)”. 1960.

Garry Winogrand. “Untitled (3 Figures)”. 1960.

Richard Avedon. “Untitled (Dovima in Balenciaga)”. 1950. (Dovima, Harper’s Bazaar).

Richard Avedon. “Untitled (Dovima in Balenciaga)”. 1950. (Dovima, Harper’s Bazaar).

Ansel Adams. “Photographs of National Parks and Monuments - Looking across Lake McDonald, Glacier National Park”. 1941. Flathead County, MT, USA. (United States Department of the Interior, National Park Service, Branch of Still and Motion Pictures).

Ansel Adams. “Photographs of National Parks and Monuments - Looking across Lake McDonald, Glacier National Park”. 1941. Flathead County, MT, USA. (United States Department of the Interior, National Park Service, Branch of Still and Motion Pictures).

Pierre et Gilles. “Le Mystère De L’Amour”. 1992. (Marie France & Marc Almond).

Pierre et Gilles. “Le Mystère De L’Amour”. 1992. (Marie France & Marc Almond).

Juergen Teller. “Untitled (Björk with fur head)”. 2001. (Björk, Index Magazine).

Juergen Teller. “Untitled (Björk with fur head)”. 2001. (Björk, Index Magazine).

Simon Norfolk. “Afghanistan: Chronotopia - Former teahouse in a park next to the Afghan Exhibition of Economic and Social Achievements in the Shah Shahid district of Kabul. Balloons were illegal under the Taliban, but now balloon-sellers are common on the streets of Kabul providing cheap treats for children”. 2001. Kabul, Afghanistan.

Simon Norfolk. “Afghanistan: Chronotopia - Former teahouse in a park next to the Afghan Exhibition of Economic and Social Achievements in the Shah Shahid district of Kabul. Balloons were illegal under the Taliban, but now balloon-sellers are common on the streets of Kabul providing cheap treats for children”. 2001. Kabul, Afghanistan.

Mary Ellen Mark. “The Man Who Loved His Tree (Devotee at a Muslim Shrine) - Mark went to India for the first time in the late 1960s. She made this picture at a shrine during one of her first trips there. ‘The man was just sitting there, hugging the tree,’ she said. Mark never saw the man again, never learned why he was chained to the tree. The photograph conveys the emotional fervour of the man’s gesture, whether it stemmed from religious passion, mental anguish or some other condition”. 1989. Uttar Pradesh, India.

Mary Ellen Mark. “The Man Who Loved His Tree (Devotee at a Muslim Shrine) - Mark went to India for the first time in the late 1960s. She made this picture at a shrine during one of her first trips there. ‘The man was just sitting there, hugging the tree,’ she said. Mark never saw the man again, never learned why he was chained to the tree. The photograph conveys the emotional fervour of the man’s gesture, whether it stemmed from religious passion, mental anguish or some other condition”. 1989. Uttar Pradesh, India.