Ormond Gigli’s best photograph – women in the windows in Manhattan
‘The building was knocked down the next day. The supervisor let us do it – provided we cast his wife’
Top tip: “Do something else – it’s too difficult being a photographer now.”
From shaven-headed teens to women in headscarves and rollers, Rob Bremner documented everyday life in the Everton Valley, Liverpool, during the mid-1980s.
Peter Keetman was a commercial and industrial photographer who has also published several books of landscape photography. In 1949, he was a founding member of Fotoform, a group of German photographers whose work meshed abstraction with objectivity, often incorporating close-ups and repetition. He has had one-man shows in Germany and the United States. Keetman died in 2005. (+)
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