Detail from Antonia + Simone + Barber Shop, New York (1962) by William Klein. The US photographer’s images have been credited with revolutionising street and fashion photography. A new exhibition in Hong Kong highlights his work. Photo: William Klein/f22 foto space
Detail from Antonia + Simone + Barber Shop, New York (1962) by William Klein. The US photographer’s images have been credited with revolutionising street and fashion photography. A new exhibition in Hong Kong highlights his work. Photo: William Klein/f22 foto space
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William Klein’s revolutionary photography revisited in exhibition in Hong Kong of his work in fashion

  • Klein, who died in Paris on September 10, took a nonconformist approach to fashion photography, as an exhibition at f22 foto space in The Peninsula shows
  • ‘The death of Klein at the weekend was very sad and makes this exhibition more special than ever,’ says the gallery’s adviser Shirley Fisher

Detail from Antonia + Simone + Barber Shop, New York (1962) by William Klein. The US photographer’s images have been credited with revolutionising street and fashion photography. A new exhibition in Hong Kong highlights his work. Photo: William Klein/f22 foto space
Detail from Antonia + Simone + Barber Shop, New York (1962) by William Klein. The US photographer’s images have been credited with revolutionising street and fashion photography. A new exhibition in Hong Kong highlights his work. Photo: William Klein/f22 foto space
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