“Mark Shaw: A Retrospective,” featuring photographs from every facet of his remarkable career, including candid and intimate images of The Kennedy family, Audrey Hepburn, Grace Kelly, Coco Chanel, Yves St. Laurent, Brigitte Bardot and Jackie Gleason, are currently on view through June 28 at Monroe Gallery of Photography, 112 Don Gaspar, Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Best known for his images of Jacqueline and John F. Kennedy and their family which he originally photographed on assignment for LIFE magazine, and later as their family photographer, Shaw was also an in-demand fashion photographer, working for Harper’s Bazaar, Mademoiselle, and a host of other fashion magazines. He started shooting for LIFE magazine in 1952 and in 16 years shot 27 covers and almost 100 stories. Throughout the 1950’s and 1960s’ Shaw shot the European fashion collections for LIFE, and was one of the first
photographers to shoot fashion on the runways and “backstage” at the couture shows. His coverage of Audrey Hepburn during the making “of Sabrina” for LIFE, was extensive and his access, unprecedented. Shaw’s photographs of Audrey Hepburn were lost after his death, but were rediscovered in 2005. This major retrospective exhibition of photographs by Mark Shaw, is concurrent with the publication of the new book “Charmed By Audrey, on the set of Sabrina”.
Mark Shaw lived from 1922-1969.
Monroe Gallery of Photography
112 Don Garpar
Santa Fe, New Mexico
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