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Issue No. 17 - Enigma

Book Signing: Regarding Women by Elliott Erwitt at International Center of Photography

Image Above: © Regarding Women by Elliott Erwitt, published by teNeues, www.teneues.com. Cannes, France, 1980. Courtesy of teNeues. © Elliott Erwitt/Magnum Photos

 

Photographic master Elliott Erwitt has created many noteworthy portraits of womankind over the years. Regarding Women is Elliott Erwitt’s evocative personal tribute to female strength, intelligence, and beauty. Conveying respect, admiration, and sometimes awe, these photographs portray all the complex elements that make up the feminine nature, whether formidable and tenacious, or occasionally capricious and coy. Through capturing their many varied facets, Erwitt shares his insights into how all kinds of women make their way in—not to mention their mark on—the world. The archival material spans several generations, with many images not previousl published or rarely seen before. In these pages, readers will find romance and glamour, touches of sensuality as well as much affection, and those disarming flashes of candid everyday humor that are so quintessentially Erwitt.

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Left: © Regarding Women by Elliott Erwitt, published by teNeues, www.teneues.com. Amagansett, New York, USA, 1997; Right: © Regarding Women by Elliott Erwitt, published by teNeues, www.teneues.com. Courtesy of teNeues. © Elliott Erwitt/Magnum Photos

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© Regarding Women by Elliott Erwitt, published by teNeues, www.teneues.com. Bakersfield, California, USA, 1983. Courtesy of teNeues. © Elliott Erwitt/Magnum Photos

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Left: © Regarding Women by Elliott Erwitt, published by teNeues, www.teneues.com. Jacqueline Kennedy, Arlington, Virginia, USA, 1963; Right: © Regarding Women by Elliott Erwitt, published by teNeues, www.teneues.com. Tropicana Hotel, Las Vegas, USA, 1957. Courtesy of teNeues. © Elliott Erwitt/Magnum Photos

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Photographs from the event by Patricia Koo

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