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Resultado de imagen para rene maltete

Precursor of street photography, the French photographer René Maltête - captured the unusual scenes of everyday life, randomly sighted during his

Gods & Goddesses

Gods & Goddesses

La divertida fotografía callejera de René Maltete | OLDSKULL

La divertida fotografía callejera de René Maltete

A Jewish Giant At Home With His Parents in the Bronx, New York, 1970 -- Diane Arbus said: “Most people go through life dreading they’ll have a traumatic experience. Freaks were born with their trauma. They’ve already passed their test in life. They’re aristocrats.”

Diane Arbus, A Jewish giant at home with his parents in the Bronx, N.

Isabelle Wenzel

Isabelle Wenzel

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Гений фотографии Рене Мальтет

During the and street photography was just starting to take foot as an art form, and French photographer René Maltête gave it a push with his candid

Peter Hujar-- I love this image as I love the personality of Ms. Divine. There really wasn't any photographer/photo that I did not like or was disinterested in. Every photographer exhibited provided a new thought, presence, etc that was different from the last or the next.

Peter Hujar-- I love this image as I love the personality of Ms. Divine. There really wasn't any photographer/photo that I did not like or was disinterested in. Every photographer exhibited provided a new thought, presence, etc that was different from the last or the next.

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