Photography review: Elliott Erwitt

Elliott Erwitt, "Marilyn Monroe, New York", 1956 © Elliott Erwitt/Magnum. Image courtesy of Beetles + Huxley
Beetles + Huxley | ★★★★☆
Photographer Elliott Erwitt bore witness to some of the 20th century’s most important events but some of his best loved images are of everyday moments lit up by flashes of passion and absurdity: lovers caught kissing in a rear-view mirror; an umbrella-wielding Parisian leaping over a puddle.
Elliott Erwitt: Double Platinum focuses on two rarely seen aspects of the great man’s work: his platinum prints and his photographs of Marilyn Monroe. Head to Beetles + Huxley to see these exceptional images of a master and his muse.

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