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Eve Arnold, School for non-violence, Virginia, 1960 © Eve Arnold/Magnum Photos
Eve Arnold, School for non-violence, Virginia, 1960 © Eve Arnold/Magnum Photos

Rizzoli publishes L.A. Babe: The real women of Los Angeles 1975-1988, where advertising and editorial photographer Moshe Brakha’s sensual photography evokes an ineffable element in the subject and engages the viewer. From Beverly Hills to Venice Beach to the Sunset Strip, L.A. BABE is an anthology of the photographer’s subjects from the 1970s and early 1980s.

This hip collection of previously unpublished photographs includes the punk band the Runaways, Patricia Arquette, Lita Ford, candid photos of LaToya and Janet Jackson, and longtime Los Angeles staple Angelyne, among many others. From Beverly Hills High School cheerleaders to brash bartenders and groupies, L.A. BABE captures the essential Los Angeles at its sunniest, coolest, grittiest glam and punk peak.

 

Moshe Brakha, L.A. Babe: The Real Women of Los Angeles 1975-1988
Published by Rizzoli
$35.00 U.S. / $47.00 CAN

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I’ve been a photographer for 40 plus years. Some days I wake up Innocent. Some days I wake up Filthy. I am Moshe Hollywood Brakha. Welcome to Mid-Town Hollywood… Images from the 70’s and 80’s

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