Francesco Scavullo, photographer
2004
Richard Renda
Editor-at-Work
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Here is a moment of ... Helmut Newton, master photographer.
Actress / model Raquel Welch in her Beverly Hills home, (signed and) available at the Staley-Wise
Gallery in New York. There is the girl in the pool for Swarovski. And the copping a feel, photo from
the Dutch Stocking Society also by Helmut. Great fashion writer Suzy Menkes called Helmut Newton
"the master photographer of sexual perversity and the founding father of androgynous imagery."
Nice seams up the back of the leg.
Those who know of Francesco Scavullo's photographic works, many times -- think of it from within the box of:
Fashion. Looking at it from outside of the box, beyond the fashion icons, this is musical artist Nick Rhodes from
the rock 'n roll band Duran Duran. Photographer: Francesco Scavullo. Special thanks to Enid Shor.
Francesco
has shot covers of magazines includng Time, Life, Town & Country, Rolling Stone, Harper's Bazaar, Vogue,
Mademoiselle, Glamour, Cosmopolitan, Ultra, and Max for a quick mention. He shot Cosmopolitan Mag covers
some 30 years. And Francesco has six books published. His photographic works are also part of permanent
collections in the Metropolitan Museum of Art - New York City. Not to be forgotten.
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Sometimes there are
works of Masters that
slip away into the
wind. Works that are
the foundation of the
generations that follow.
Beginning 2004 two great photographers completed
their careers on this earth and went on to what the
future held for each human being. Noting their works
we note their life. And then -- it is not forgotten.
Here we remember those called. The Lensman:
Helmut Newton. The Lensman: Francesco Scavullo.
Top left is a portrait of Helmut Newton by Hubert Schorn
(hubertschorn.at); bottom Francesco Scavullo official
"In Memory" card; Francesco March 1987 Bazaar Cover.
Timo
Bosma
postcard
Helmut Newton is known for his erotic and dramatic black and white photographs of nude women. His
works can be seen in Vogue and numerous other magazines around the world. His photographic works
are also featured in oversized "coffee table" books and museum exhibits. Helmut was born in 1920 in
Berlin. He fled the Nazis in 1938 and moved to Singapore. He then became an Australian citizen. In
October 2003 he donated over a thousand photographs including his archive to the city of Berlin. The
donated images will be placed on display in a gallery in Berlin that Newton fell in love with -- which is
also to be used to showcase the work of young and upcoming photographers. Helmut is survived by his
wife, (photographer) Alice Springs. Not To Be Forgotten. 1920 - 2004.

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