Untouched by Guy Bourdin
Though best known for his color images, Bourdin launched his career in black and white in the early 1950s.
Guy Bourdin was a groundbreaking image-maker and undoubtedly one of the most influential fashion photographers of the twentieth century. Intriguing and revolutionary, his work has achieved a cult-like following; the striking use of color, suggestive narratives, and surrealist aesthetics establishing a visual language all his own.
Untouched explores this largely unseen work and gives insight into the early development of his photographic eye.