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SPIDER MONKEY (2014) by JIM NAUGHTEN Jim Naughten’s Animal Kingdom photographs are best seen through a stereoscope.
Although he lacked formal training, in 1946 he was invited by the Hungarian artist László Moholy-Nagy to teach at the Institute of Design in Chicago, where he experimented with street photography and, as pictured here, spectacular multiple exposures.
MINERS RACING GREYHOUNDS, NORTH EAST CONSETT (1980) BY COLIN JONES Colin Jones was a dancer in the Royal Ballet when he bought his first Leica camera.
While on tour in northern England he bgan phographing the mining community and, soon after, gave up ballet altogether.
His photographs are on display at the Fondation Cartier in Paris from today.
fondation.DAVID BOWIE WITH SCOTTIE DOG (1980) BY BRIAN DUFFY Photographer Brian Duffy had a special relationship with the late David Bowie, who will be honoured in an orchestral tribute at Glastonbury today.
The brains behind the Eighties and Nineties ad campaigns for Benetton (featuring a bloody newborn baby, an array of multicoloured condoms, and death row inmates), Toscani is a judge on Masters of Photography, a televised talent contest hosted by Isabella Rossellini on Sky Arts, from Thursday KAT AND MIKA (2012) BY MATTIA ZOPPELLARO For three consecutive summers, Mattia Zoppellaro shot the Irish travellers at Appleby horse fair in Cumbria.
The fair takes place each June and is one of the biggest and oldest in Europe.Harry Callahan: The Street is published by uk TESCA, CARTAGENA, COLOMBIA (1966) BY DANNY LYON In 1966, to escape the brutal Chicago winter, the photojournalist Danny Lyon travelled to the colonial port of Cartagena de Indias on the southern edge of the Caribbean.He spent several days in Tesca, a brothel-filled area on the city’s outskirts, taking pictures of young women standing in doorways or seated at bars, awaiting clients.Images from his half-century career as a photojournalist go on show at Michael Hopen, London.DEATH BY HAMBURGER (2001) BY DAVID LACHAPELLE Richard Avedon called him photography's answer to René Magritte, and certainly David La Chapelle's hyperkitsch images reveal more than a touch of the surreal.Duffy’s playful approach was a natural fit for the musician’s dramatic style, and the pair collaborated on the album covers for Aladdin Sane (1973), Lodger (1979) and Scary Monsters (1980).