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Helmut Newton, ‘Viviane F.’, 1972, ArtLife Gallery
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Helmut Newton

Viviane F., 1972

Silver gelatin print
24 × 20 in
61 × 50.8 cm
This is a non-editioned multiple.
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Miami, Mexico City
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About the work
ArtLife Gallery
Miami, Mexico City

Helmut Newton remains one of the greatest revolutionaries in the fashion and art world. The German …

Helmut Newton remains one of the greatest revolutionaries in the fashion and art world. The German photographer utilized his legendary style of capturing elements of danger and sex in order to capture a story in his photographs. His work at times was flared by violence, at other times his intention was ambiguous, but …

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Helmut Newton
German-Australian, 1920–2004
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Dubbed the “King of Kink”, influential fashion photographer Helmut Newton made his name shooting models in striking, provocative black-and-white photographs for Vogue. “If a photographer says he is not a voyeur, he is an idiot,” he once said. Newton is considered to have imbued fashion photography with narrative depth, giving context to his subjects by creating stylized, dreamlike scenes. Vogue’s U.S. editor-in-chief Anna Wintour once described his work as “synonymous with Vogue at its most glamorous and mythic.” Newton was married to fellow photographer Alice Springs, and he led a glamorous life, associating with the likes of Billy Wilder, Dennis Hopper, and Robert Evans. He was particularly influential to the careers of the photographers Mark Arbeit, Just Loomis, and George Holz, who served as his assistants.

Helmut Newton, ‘Viviane F.’, 1972, ArtLife Gallery
Helmut Newton, ‘Viviane F.’, 1972, ArtLife Gallery
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About the work
ArtLife Gallery
Miami, Mexico City

Helmut Newton remains one of the greatest revolutionaries in the fashion and art world. The German …

Helmut Newton remains one of the greatest revolutionaries in the fashion and art world. The German photographer utilized his legendary style of capturing elements of danger and sex in order to capture a story in his photographs. His work at times was flared by violence, at other times his intention was ambiguous, but …

Medium
Print
Signature
Unsigned with Certificate of Authenticity, not signed
Certificate of authenticity
Included
Frame
Included
Helmut Newton
German-Australian, 1920–2004
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Dubbed the “King of Kink”, influential fashion photographer Helmut Newton made his name shooting models in striking, provocative black-and-white photographs for Vogue. “If a photographer says he is not a voyeur, he is an idiot,” he once said. Newton is considered to have imbued fashion photography with narrative depth, giving context to his subjects by creating stylized, dreamlike scenes. Vogue’s U.S. editor-in-chief Anna Wintour once described his work as “synonymous with Vogue at its most glamorous and mythic.” Newton was married to fellow photographer Alice Springs, and he led a glamorous life, associating with the likes of Billy Wilder, Dennis Hopper, and Robert Evans. He was particularly influential to the careers of the photographers Mark Arbeit, Just Loomis, and George Holz, who served as his assistants.

Helmut Newton

Viviane F., 1972

Silver gelatin print
24 × 20 in
61 × 50.8 cm
This is a non-editioned multiple.
Contact For Price
Location
Miami, Mexico City
Certificate
Certificate of authenticity
This work includes a certificate of authenticity.
Have a question? Visit our help center.
Want to sell a work by this artist? Consign with Artsy.
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