In ‘Le Cadre Noir de Saumur’, Helmut Newton is at his candid best, creating suggestive narratives that play on the imagination of the voyeur. Taken at France’s military riding ground Le Cadre Noir, one of the most prestigious riding schools in the world, Newton’s fun imagination and revolutionary use of location comes to the fore. Newton’s interest in established dialogues of dominance and the male gaze is also well articulated – here added to – almost comically – by the heads of the horses.
Original Silver Gelatin, 1980
Comes with Certificate of Authenticity.
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16" x 20"