PAT CLEVELAND AS JOSEPHINE BAKER
STYLIST RICHARD HAINES
art director RICHARD BERNSTEIN
THE FACTORY PARK AVE SOUTH.
ANDY WARHOL INTERVIEW,NEW YORK
PHOTO PELITO GALVEZ
Earliest Pashtun photograph in which Emir Sher Ali Khan is sitting with Prince Abdullah Jan and the Afghan Malaks in 1869.
Photograph taken by John Burke in 1869; a studio portrait of the Amir of Afghanistan, Sher Ali (1825-1879), Prince Abdullah Jan and Afghan sirdars or chiefs, from a series titled ‘Photographs of the Amir Shere Ali Khan and Suite’. John Burke accompanied the Peshawar Valley Field Force, one of three British Anglo-Indian army columns deployed in the Second Afghan War (1878-80), despite being rejected for the role of official photographer. He financed his trip by advance sales of his photographs ‘illustrating the advance from Attock to Jellalabad’. Coming to India as apothecary with the Royal Engineers, Burke turned professional photographer, assisting William Baker. Travelling widely in India, they were the main rivals to the better-known Bourne and Shepherd. Burke’s two-year Afghan expedition produced an important visual document of the region where strategies of the Great Game were played out. This image is part of a special series on Sher Ali at the Ambala Durbar of 1869.
Nyasha Matonhodze, Jessica House and Loren Kemp @ELITE (London), by David Sessions.
Cathedral in the city of Cuernavaca, Mexico, 1925 by Hugo Brehme
The pont neuf on fog, 1934
Jean Dieuzaide, In Saintes Marie de la Mer, 1947
Brassai,Passerby in the Rain, 1935
Brassaï, Kiki Singing at the Cabaret des Fleurs, Boulevard Montparnasse, Paris, c. 1932-1950
Jean Dieuzaide, Return from the fountain, Grenade, 1951
Jean Dieuzaide, Maternity, Viera de Leira, 1954
Jean Dieuzaide, Cappadocia, 1955