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Photographers Every Highsnobiety Reader Should Know: William Klein

William Klein burst onto the photography scene in the mid-1950s with a series of photobooks focusing on the streets and inhabitants of four of the world’s major metropolises. The images he produced in New York, Rome, Tokyo and Moscow were explosive, vibrant and deeply personal, capturing life at street level in a way that had […]
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