Good read; The Newtonization of Fashion Photography in the 1970s

Good read; The Newtonization of Fashion Photography in the 1970s
Saddle, Paris 1976 by Helmut Newton

The Counterfeit Body: Fashion Photography and the Deceptions of Femininity, Sexuality, Authenticity and Self in the 1950s, 60s and 70s
Brutality in Sexuality: T
he Newtonization of Fashion Photography in the 1970s by Tina Butler, mongabay.com

The fashion photography of the 1970s marked the dawn of a new era for the form. Drawing on the sexual revolutions and emergent counter-cultures of the late 60s, these influences came into their own with a new breed of woman and standard of femininity crafted by some of the most infamous image-makers in the history of fashion photography. Sexual connotations became the focal point in the majority of advertising and especially in fashion photography; some………..  read more

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