A Visit to an Avedon Portrait Exhibit

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David D'Arcy reports from New York on the Richard Avedon portrait exhibit at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. The photographer, who's known for his mostly black and white photos, has been snapping pictures almost his entire life.

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