For me the wonderful thing about the exhibition was seeing the different periods in his work. His fashion work was fresh and exciting particularly when he first started – yet the images have stood the test of time.
|He also photographed the famous and powerful over the years – from politics to art to literature to film. Always photographed with a sort of personal depth.|
The image of Marilyn Munroe is haunting for its quietness. The one of the Duke and Duchess of Windsor shows two miserable people. There’s a documentary filled with interviews where he explains the “tricks” employed to get those, and other, images.
The exhibition is on until 13 May, it’s worth seeing.