Macca, Mr Wood and a princess all hanging out with Lusky’s.
HRH Prince Charles introduces the new exhibition in NYC of artist Lusky.
Confirmed today. Sylvester Stallone buys NO! by Lusky for ten thousand US dollars.
New to the world of art collecting Daniel Radcliffe is seen here holding Mr Finger by Lusky.
Jude Law is seen carrying a framed print of Lusky’s Shithead.
Film star and art collector Brad Pitt in front of Lusky’s painting Exiting Room.
“If celebrities are going to be seen with a camera, for better or for worse, Leica does lend a certain cachet,” said Michael Holve, a professional photographer on Long Island who runs a Leica enthusiasts’ blog called La Vida Leica! “It seems a Canon or Nikon is somehow bourgeois, or even pedestrian, by comparison.”
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It was the assignment of an ambitious young photographer’s dreams: capturing Hollywood’s sexiest star for Look magazine in 1960. Lawrence Schiller’s chemistry with Marilyn Monroe seemed promising, and their professional relationship deepened when he photographed her on the set of her final, never-finished movie, Something’s Got to Give. The breathtaking nude shots from that shoot, some unpublished till now.
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Brigitte Bardot turned her back on stardom in 1973, at the height of her beauty—and went off to start her real life. As an exhibition of photographs of Bardot hits L.A., the curator, Henry-Jean Servat, gets a rare invitation to the St. Tropez sanctuary of the French legend, who expresses no regrets about her sex-kitten years and no interest in her image, but a total commitment to her cause.
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