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Robert Capa. “US troops assault Omaha Beach during the D-Day landings. The first wave of American troops land at dawn.”. 1944. Colleville-sur-Mer, Normandy, France.

Robert Capa. “US troops assault Omaha Beach during the D-Day landings. The first wave of American troops land at dawn.”. 1944. Colleville-sur-Mer, Normandy, France.

Mert & Marcus. “Madonna: Like a Virgin all Over Again - Untitled”. 2010. (Madonna, Interview).

Mert & Marcus. “Madonna: Like a Virgin all Over Again - Untitled”. 2010. (Madonna, Interview).

Mary Ellen Mark. “Twins: Walter and David Oliver, 65 years old, Walter older by 8 minutes, Twins Days Festival (Mary Ellen: Walter has bigger ears? Walter Oliver: I do. David Oliver: Do you know why he’s got bigger ears? He was playing with them when he was a little kid. He used to fondle his ears all the time! Mary Ellen: Why don’t you think you married? David Oliver: Because girls have ignored us. Walter Oliver: More or less. David Oliver: More or less, they’ve ignored us all our life. We weren’t together always. I went to college for three years, and I dated four-five-six girls, but none of them were interested in me at all—even in 1960. And 1960 was the last year I dated a girl. Mary Ellen: You haven’t dated a girl since 1960? David Oliver: No. Maybe in ‘63, one. Mary Ellen: And how about you, Walter? Walter Oliver: Zero.)”. 2001. Twinsburg, OH, USA.

Mary Ellen Mark. “Twins: Walter and David Oliver, 65 years old, Walter older by 8 minutes, Twins Days Festival (Mary Ellen: Walter has bigger ears? Walter Oliver: I do. David Oliver: Do you know why he’s got bigger ears? He was playing with them when he was a little kid. He used to fondle his ears all the time! Mary Ellen: Why don’t you think you married? David Oliver: Because girls have ignored us. Walter Oliver: More or less. David Oliver: More or less, they’ve ignored us all our life. We weren’t together always. I went to college for three years, and I dated four-five-six girls, but none of them were interested in me at all—even in 1960. And 1960 was the last year I dated a girl. Mary Ellen: You haven’t dated a girl since 1960? David Oliver: No. Maybe in ‘63, one. Mary Ellen: And how about you, Walter? Walter Oliver: Zero.)”. 2001. Twinsburg, OH, USA.

Sebastião Salgado. “Workers: An Archaeology of the Industrial Age (Rajasthan canal under construction)”. 1989. Rajasthan, India.

Sebastião Salgado. “Workers: An Archaeology of the Industrial Age (Rajasthan canal under construction)”. 1989. Rajasthan, India.

W. Eugene Smith. “Nurse Midwife Maude Callen Eases Pain of Birth, Life and Death (Simple kindness overwhelms an old man. Frank McCray had a headache one day in 1927, soon was paralyzed, and has been in this chair ever since. He broke down and wept when Maude stopped in.)”. 1951. Pineville, SC, USA. (Life).

W. Eugene Smith. “Nurse Midwife Maude Callen Eases Pain of Birth, Life and Death (Simple kindness overwhelms an old man. Frank McCray had a headache one day in 1927, soon was paralyzed, and has been in this chair ever since. He broke down and wept when Maude stopped in.)”. 1951. Pineville, SC, USA. (Life).

Paolo Roversi. “Portrait of Natalia”. 2003. Paris, France. (Natalia Vodianova).

Paolo Roversi. “Portrait of Natalia”. 2003. Paris, France. (Natalia Vodianova).

Peter Lindbergh. “Movie Stills”. 2008. (Małgosia Bela, Vogue Italia).

Peter Lindbergh. “Movie Stills”. 2008. (Małgosia Bela, Vogue Italia).

Joel Sternfeld. “American Prospects: Matanuska Glacier, Matanuska Valley”. 1984. Alaska, USA.

Joel Sternfeld. “American Prospects: Matanuska Glacier, Matanuska Valley”. 1984. Alaska, USA.

Don McCullin. “Grieving husband and family with the body of their mother who died from cholera, border of India and Bangladesh”. 1971. Bangladesh.

Don McCullin. “Grieving husband and family with the body of their mother who died from cholera, border of India and Bangladesh”. 1971. Bangladesh.

Elliott Erwitt. “Untitled”. 1966. Brighton, England, UK.

Elliott Erwitt. “Untitled”. 1966. Brighton, England, UK.

Bruce Weber. “Jeff in Bed II”. 1978. New York, NY, USA. (Jeff Aquilon).

Bruce Weber. “Jeff in Bed II”. 1978. New York, NY, USA. (Jeff Aquilon).

Jeanloup Sieff. “Portrait of François Truffaut”. 1959. Paris, France. (François Truffaut).

Jeanloup Sieff. “Portrait of François Truffaut”. 1959. Paris, France. (François Truffaut).

Horst P. Horst. “Carmen Face Massage”. 1946. New York, NY, USA. (Carmen Dell’Orefice).

Horst P. Horst. “Carmen Face Massage”. 1946. New York, NY, USA. (Carmen Dell’Orefice).

Patrick Demarchelier. “Desire”. 1994. (Nadja Auermann, Harper’s Bazaar).

Patrick Demarchelier. “Desire”. 1994. (Nadja Auermann, Harper’s Bazaar).

Julia Margaret Cameron. “Portrait of Alfred, Lord Tennyson. Tennyson, the Poet Laureate, was a major source of inspiration for Cameron, who was his neighbour in Freshwater on the Isle of Wight. The last of at least nineteen portraits Cameron made of him, this is a quiet yet noble likeness. The focus is sharpest around the poet’s eyes and nose, suggesting his visionary, ‘seeing’ gaze”. 1869. Isle of Wight, England, UK. (Alfred, Lord Tennyson).

Julia Margaret Cameron. “Portrait of Alfred, Lord Tennyson. Tennyson, the Poet Laureate, was a major source of inspiration for Cameron, who was his neighbour in Freshwater on the Isle of Wight. The last of at least nineteen portraits Cameron made of him, this is a quiet yet noble likeness. The focus is sharpest around the poet’s eyes and nose, suggesting his visionary, ‘seeing’ gaze”. 1869. Isle of Wight, England, UK. (Alfred, Lord Tennyson).