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David Burnett. “U.S. Army troops of the 101st Airborne Division react with glee to comedian Bob Hope’s Christmas show at Camp Eagle in Phú Bài near Huế”. 1970. Phú Bài, Thừa Thiên–Huế Province, South Vietnam.

David Burnett. “U.S. Army troops of the 101st Airborne Division react with glee to comedian Bob Hope’s Christmas show at Camp Eagle in Phú Bài near Huế”. 1970. Phú Bài, Thừa Thiên–Huế Province, South Vietnam.

  
Albert Watson. “Untitled (Sandrine)”. 1988. Paris, France. (Sandrine Holt, Vogue Italia).

Albert Watson. “Untitled (Sandrine)”. 1988. Paris, France. (Sandrine Holt, Vogue Italia).

Bruce Davidson. “Subway: Undercover Police Officer in Red Jacket, with Gun - In the spring of 1985, New York magazine asked me to photograph a new police-decoy unit working in the subway. Using disguises, the decoy operates in small teams to foil muggers who prey on passengers. We would set up together in the subway car with a decoy dressed as a businessman wearing gold chains and an expensive-looking watch. Two backup members of the team would sit a few seats away, and I would place myself in the corner with my camera around my neck, looking like a lost tourist. Hours went by riding the train from one end of the line to the other without incident. At 72nd street, I noticed a youth enter the train carrying a walking stick with a heavy brass head. He stood near the sleeping decoy, his eyes fixed on the gold chains. The next stop was 42nd street, 3 minutes away on the express. As the train pulled into the station the mugger struck ripping the chain from the decoy and running around me mumbling something about my camera. I looked up and my flash went off as I saw the muzzle of a .38 pointed at the head of the mugger by one of the decoy team members. The mugger was arrested and later it was reported he had a long history of assaults and robberies”. 1985. New York, NY, USA. (New York).

Bruce Davidson. “Subway: Undercover Police Officer in Red Jacket, with Gun - In the spring of 1985, New York magazine asked me to photograph a new police-decoy unit working in the subway. Using disguises, the decoy operates in small teams to foil muggers who prey on passengers. We would set up together in the subway car with a decoy dressed as a businessman wearing gold chains and an expensive-looking watch. Two backup members of the team would sit a few seats away, and I would place myself in the corner with my camera around my neck, looking like a lost tourist. Hours went by riding the train from one end of the line to the other without incident. At 72nd street, I noticed a youth enter the train carrying a walking stick with a heavy brass head. He stood near the sleeping decoy, his eyes fixed on the gold chains. The next stop was 42nd street, 3 minutes away on the express. As the train pulled into the station the mugger struck ripping the chain from the decoy and running around me mumbling something about my camera. I looked up and my flash went off as I saw the muzzle of a .38 pointed at the head of the mugger by one of the decoy team members. The mugger was arrested and later it was reported he had a long history of assaults and robberies”. 1985. New York, NY, USA. (New York).

Francesco Scavullo. “Portrait of Candy Darling”. 1969. (Candy Darling).

Francesco Scavullo. “Portrait of Candy Darling”. 1969. (Candy Darling).

Hiroshi Sugimoto. “Theaters: Canton Palace”. 1980. Canton, OH, USA.

Hiroshi Sugimoto. “Theaters: Canton Palace”. 1980. Canton, OH, USA.

GMB Akash. “Water for the World”. 2011. India. (brand eins Wirtschaftsmagazin).

GMB Akash. “Water for the World”. 2011. India. (brand eins Wirtschaftsmagazin).

Herman Leonard. “Dexter Gordon, Royal Roost”. 1948. New York, NY, USA. (Dexter Gordon).

Herman Leonard. “Dexter Gordon, Royal Roost”. 1948. New York, NY, USA. (Dexter Gordon).

Gilles Peress. “Telex Iran: In the Name of Revolution - The Takeover of a Television Station”. 1979. Tabriz, East Azerbaijan Province, Iran.

Gilles Peress. “Telex Iran: In the Name of Revolution - The Takeover of a Television Station”. 1979. Tabriz, East Azerbaijan Province, Iran.

Alfred Eisenstaedt. “Arthur Miller and Wife Inge Morath”. 1975. (Arthur Miller & Inge Morath, Life).

Alfred Eisenstaedt. “Arthur Miller and Wife Inge Morath”. 1975. (Arthur Miller & Inge Morath, Life).

  
Gianni Berengo Gardin. “Untitled (Piazza San Marco)”. 1959. Venice, Italy.

Gianni Berengo Gardin. “Untitled (Piazza San Marco)”. 1959. Venice, Italy.

Stephen Shore. “Uncommon Places: The Complete Works - Untitled (North Ocean Boulevard)”. 1973. Palm Beach, FL, USA.

Stephen Shore. “Uncommon Places: The Complete Works - Untitled (North Ocean Boulevard)”. 1973. Palm Beach, FL, USA.

Peter Beard. “The End of the Game: The Last Word from Paradise - Loliondo Lion Charge”. 1964. Loliondo, Ngorongoro District, Arusha Region, Tanzania.

Peter Beard. “The End of the Game: The Last Word from Paradise - Loliondo Lion Charge”. 1964. Loliondo, Ngorongoro District, Arusha Region, Tanzania.

Paul Strand. “White Horse”. 1954. South Uist, Outer Hebrides, Scotland.

Paul Strand. “White Horse”. 1954. South Uist, Outer Hebrides, Scotland.

Julia Margaret Cameron. “Vivien and Merlin (from illustrations for Alfred, Lord Tennyson’s ‘Idylls of the King and Other Poems’)”. 1874. Isle of Wight, England, UK. (Charles Hay Cameron & Agnes Mangles (Lady Chapman)).

Julia Margaret Cameron. “Vivien and Merlin (from illustrations for Alfred, Lord Tennyson’s ‘Idylls of the King and Other Poems’)”. 1874. Isle of Wight, England, UK. (Charles Hay Cameron & Agnes Mangles (Lady Chapman)).

Ellen von Unwerth. “Emma vs. Ellen von Unwerth”. 2009. (Emma Watson, Vs.).

Ellen von Unwerth. “Emma vs. Ellen von Unwerth”. 2009. (Emma Watson, Vs.).