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6 Feb

“Photography is the Art of not pushing the botton.”

Frank Horvat

Jours de France (1959)

Advertising (1958 – 89)

Jardin des Modes (1957-85)

for British Vogue (1959-61)

Queen (1965 – 70)

Various (1959 – 88)

Various (1959 – 88)

for Harper’s Bazaar (1961-67)

for Harper’s Bazaar (1961-67)

for Harper’s Bazaar (1961-67) | My faaaavorite! I adore the shadow!

for Vogue France (1964 – 86)

for Harper’s Bazaar (1961-67)

for Harper’s Bazaar (1961-67)

Frank Horvat was born in 1928 in what was then Italy and is now Croatia. He studied art in Milan and a meeting in 1951 with Henri Cartier-Bresson decided his fate as a photojournalist. He traveled the world in the early 50s and sent his work back to Paris Match, Life and Realities among other magazines. In 1956 he settled in Paris and began to photograph fashion with a reportage style: real life situations, ambient lighting and 35mm cameras.

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