Peter Lindbergh Uma Thurman
Peter Lindbergh Kate Moss
Peter Lindbergh Amber Valletta
Peter Lindbergh
Peter Lindbergh Angelina Jolie
Peter Lindbergh Penelope Cruz
Peter Lindbergh Uma Thurman
Peter Lindbergh Kate Moss
Peter Lindbergh Amber Valletta
Peter Lindbergh
Peter Lindbergh Angelina Jolie
Peter Lindbergh Penelope Cruz
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Lindbergh in fact had the value to disclose the tender side and the human facet of all those beautiful women usually portrayed as goddess, from Naomi Campbell to Cindy Crawford, from Kate Moss to Linda Evangelista, from Monica Bellucci to Isabella Rossellini, just to name a few.

Robert Frank "The Americans"
Robert Frank "The Americans"
Robert Frank "The Americans"
Robert Frank "The Americans"
Robert Frank "The Americans"
Robert Frank "The Americans"
Robert Frank "The Americans"
Robert Frank "The Americans"
Robert Frank "The Americans"
Robert Frank "The Americans"
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Frank, instead, after the very beginning in fashion world – he worked for “Harper’s Baazar” magazine in 1947 – became famous for his reportage across the States. With his photo book “The Americans”, published in 1959, he engaged with the Beat Generation, joining the movement and then directing his first movie “Pull My Daisy” (one of the first example of the New American Cinema) together with the painter Alfred Leslie and written by Jack Kerouac.