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on 14 October 2011
A small but stunning collection of new portraits of artists.
A vital part of any collection of photography books.
Worth buying for the photo of Mick Jagger alone.
Dark, brooding, uncompromising work from a genuine artist who follows his own path rather than be just another generic mediocre photographer sucking up to moronic clients and uncultured magazine editors who feel nothing for art and care only for corporate profits.
Duffy burnt everything appalled by his clients. David Lachapelle hung up on Madonna and cancelled all his jobs. Anton Corbijn has never needed to.
An icon in the history of photography.