“What Guy did, was conduct his own psychoanalysis in Vogue.”

The London Sommerset House currently displays over 100 images of Guy Bourdin, one of the 20th century's most influential fashion photographers. Bourdin was a student of Man Ray and his work clearly shows a surrealist streak: hands upon hands upon hands with red polished nails covering a woman’s face; a naked girl lying face down in a pool of blood; a girl standing in a phone booth with two seemingly lifeless bodies lying in the foreground.One could say that, following the "era of elegance" dominated by such classic photographers as Richard Avedon and

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