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Marilyn Monroe in mid-air, Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis goofing off, the Duke of Windsor in his socks, and Salvador Dalí nose to nose with a rhino – Halsman’s freaky frames defied gravity and convention
Philippe Halsman was a Latvian-born American photographer known for his portraits of Marilyn Monroe and collaborations with Salvador Dalí. In producing his hallmark photobook Jump (1959), Halsman asked each of his subjects to jump in the air while he photographed them to capture an unguarded moment. “Every face I see seems to hide—and sometimes fleetingly to reveal—the mystery of another human being,” he once said. #Photography #PortraitPhotography #Art
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In the 1950’s, photographer Philippe Halsman captured some of the era’s greatest icons in a setup that defied the expectations of both their stature and the portraiture genre: Jumping.
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Marilyn Monroe lifting weights in 1952, photography by Philippe Halsman
Philippe Halsman’s work with and featuring the acclaimed director whose characteristic style was so iconic his surname became an adjective.
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