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William Klein's photos, often blurred or out of focus. His produced high-contrast prints, negatives were often severely over-exposed ands use of high-grain film with wide angles to shock the established order of the photography thus earning a reputation as an anti-photographer's photographer. Klein inspired by Moholy, Nagy and Kepes he began to experiment with juxtaposing abstract painting and photography. Liberman, director of 'Vogue' USA met Klein at his Parisian Sculpture Exhibition. Fascinated by Klein's his sculpture (kinetic light panels on glass) and photographs he invited Klein to work for Vogue in New York

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William Klein (1928 - ) New York  born photographer.
His father's clothing business had folded in the 1928 crash

William Klein Vogue Photograher
Klein's friends remember him as a bright, sarcastic kid who liked art and humanities. As a child adored visiting  the Museum of Modern Art  which was like a second home William Klein spent two years in the US army, stationed in Germany and France As an Photographer Klein re-invent the photographic document

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William Klein's  photos, often blurred or out of focus. His produced high-contrast prints,   negatives were often severely over-exposed ands use of high-grain film with wide angles to shock the established order of the photography thus earning a reputation as an anti-photographer's photographer. Klein began to experiment with juxtaposing abstract painting and photography.  Liberman, director of 'Vogue' USA met Klein at his Parisian Sculpture Exhibition. Fascinated by Klein's his sculpture and photographs he invited Klein to work for Vogue in New York


 


 


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