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Respectable Pennsylvania photographer William Goldman risked his reputation to secretly photograph prostitutes in a brothel circa 1892, a passion project that was later titled Working Girls. It captures these women as humans rather than harlots, beginning with a section titled “Innocence.”
Only a handful of photographers are able to create images that transcend the page. Arnold Newman is among them. Newman was a master of sifting through the disorder of our three-dimensional world and organizing it into a compelling two-dimensional frame.