Tuesday, August 4, 2009


Whether photographing politicians, artists, writers, fashion models, or movie stars, Richard Avedon revolutionized the genre of portraiture. He rejected conventional stiff-and-staid poses and instead captured both motion and emotion in the faces of his subjects, often encapsulating their intrigue in a single charged moment.
@ SF Moma 151 Third Street between Misson & Howard. up until November 2009

( first tuesdays of each month = free admission...... now you have no excuse)

**NOTE** due to the universe also hearting "free", long lines deterred my date with avedon today at lunch......

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