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Robert Duncan poses with his wife, Karen, for New York photographer Iké Udé.
Iké Udé/Courtesy of Robert and Karen Duncan
March 28, 2015 In Lagos, Iké Udé's family engaged in a West African tradition: photographing people wearing new clothes. Clothing and portraiture are still at the center of the New York-based photographer's work.
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From the series Wrestlers.
Daniel Patrick Lilley
October 6, 2013 Photographer Daniel Patrick Lilley explores his childhood fascination with the WWF by making portraits of modern-day wrestlers in England.
November 23, 2011 Mug shot newspapers might be a new fad. But before photos went digital, prisoner portraits were thrust into drawers, many to be forgotten.
Louis Armstrong, Newport Jazz Festival, 1955
Herman Leonard/Courtesy Herman Leonard Photography, LLC
August 16, 2010 He photographed the greats and gave jazz a visual style.
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