This Spring’s Torturer’s Collection features a feminine look such as Gina’s black and red, belted floral print dress. This relaxed style also includes a practical touch: the quick-drying material allows the wearer to seamlessly transition from an interrupted drowning (water-boarding) session to a working lunch.
Most of these images were made by George Rodger, who also documented the liberation of Bergen-Belsen. What would they look like if they were made by Black Kenyans?
Some exceptions. The mirror image; the clinch; woman in background grasping man, man in distant background, not touching.
These woodcuts were all produced during the early Weimar years. I originally found them in German Expressionist Woodcuts (ed. Shane Weller). The woodcut was a significant medium for Expressionist artists in this period, one reaching back to early modern practitioners such as Albrecht Dürer.
Raul Julia as Mack the Knife in The Threepenny Opera.
Marc Riboud died two years ago at the age of 93. He was a member of the French Resistance, a world traveller, and a highly regarded photojournalist. Here are some images he made during the late 1960s in North Vietnam and the United States.