November Frost

Mára a novemberi fagy megérkezett. A kertben a barna levelek az utolsó lélegzetükben sóhajtoznak, ahogy a földre kúsznak. A madáretető körül a tolongás borítékolható. A fagy harapja az orrunkat a meleg sapkák és kesztyűk izgatottan használatra jelentkeznek… (Kerepes, Hungary – Németh György fotó)

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Roselyne in Arcangues

Helmut Newton (German-Australian, 1920-2004) – Roselyne in Arcangues, France (salon), 1975 (Gelatin silver photograph. Art Gallery NSW.) – – Private Property is a mixture of fashion, portraits and erotica from 1972 to 1983. Roselyne in Arcangues was shot at Château Arcangues for French Vogue. The Amazonian Roselyne participates in the archetypal Newton fantasy of female exhibitionism and male voyeurism.

Roselyne in Arcangues

Père Lachaise, Tomb of Talma-Small

Helmut Newton (Australian, born Germany, 1920-2004) – Père Lachaise, Tomb of Talma-Small, c.1977 (Silver gelatin vintage print) – – Newton was infatuated with the surrealist photography of 1930’s Paris. Drawing on the work of Brassaï, Man Ray and Edward Steichen, all of whom had a preoccupation with the surreal potential of antique public sculpture, Newton creates interesting plays between the animate and inanimate, the living and the dead, at the Parisian graveyard, Père Lachaise.

Père Lachaise, Tomb of Talma-Small

April Ball (Black Swan)

In the world according to “LAC (After Swan Lake),” a trashy reinterpretation by Jean-Christophe Maillot for Les Ballets de Monte Carlo, there are two types of women: the kind you marry and the kind you sleep with. April Ball’s primal Black Swan is a predator. Her mother, known as Her Majesty of the Night (Maude Sabourin), is even more overheated. – April Ball (Black Swan) in LAC, Les Ballets de Monte Carlo, April 2014. © Dave Morgan

April Ball (Black Swan)