I went to the Biennale in Venice a few weeks ago, and it was really amazing. There’s honestly so much great art there that it’s hard to pick favorites. But I loved these pictures by Eugene Von Bruenchenhein (1910 to 1983). He was in fact a photographer of landscapes, but he also obsessively photographed his wife. These are just a few examples of his pictures. I think they’re really cool. They could almost be from a shoot done today. It’s strange to think something that was done so privately ended up being on display to thousands and thousands of people, without them even knowing.


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Anna Laub

Anna Laub is the founder and creative director of the eyewear, swimwear, and accessories brand Prism. Prior to launching it in 2009, she worked as a fashion journalist, was the ...