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  • Bill Cunningham Exhibition
    This photo provided by the New-York Historical Society shows the photographer Bill Cunningham's muse Editta Sherman dressed in a Victorian period costume, on the train to a photo shoot at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden in 1972, in New York. The photo is one of 88 prints from Bill Cunningham's 1976-1978 project, “Facades,” featured in an exhibition at the New-York Historical Society, running through June 15, 2014. The images are a whimsical photo essay in which Cunningham posed models in period costumes against famous New York City historic sites of the same vintage. Cunningham and Sherman, a celebrity photographer of famous artists and musicians who died at age 101 last year, were neighbors in the famous Carnegie Hall Studios. They often rode the subway to the various locations to avoid wrinkling the costumes. (AP Photo/ New-York Historical Society, Gift of Bill Cunningham)
    Bill Cunningham | AP
  • Bill Cunningham Exhibition
    In this Nov. 11, 2011 file photo, New York Times photographer Bill Cunningham waits for the arrival of the annual Rockefeller Center Christmas tree, in New York. Cunningham’s project of 88 prints, "Facades," is being featured in an exhibition at the New-York Historical Society, running through June 15, 2014. Long before his images of street fashion became a regular newspaper feature, Cunningham spent eight years, from 1968 to 1976, working on the whimsical photo essay of models in period costumes posing against historic sites of the same vintage.
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  • Bill Cunningham Exhibition
    In this photo provided by the New-York Historical Society, photographer Bill Cunningham's muse, Editta Sherman, poses wearing a fur pillbox that playfully mimics the spiral lines of Frank Lloyd Wright's Guggenheim Museum, behind her, in New York. The photo is one of 88 prints from Bill Cunningham's 1976-1978 project, "Facades," featured in an exhibition at the New-York Historical Society, running through June 14, 2014. The images are a whimsical photo essay in which Cunningham posed models in period costumes against famous New York City historic sites of the same vintage.
    Bill Cunningham | AP
  • Bill Cunningham Exhibition
    This photo provided by the New-York Historical Society shows the photographer Bill Cunningham's muse Editta Sherman in front of the Gothic bridge in Central Park, which was designed in 1860, in New York. The photo is one of 88 prints from Bill Cunningham's 1976-1978 project, "Facade",” featured in an exhibition at the New-York Historical Society, running through June 15, 2014.
    Bill Cunningham | AP
  • Bill Cunningham Exhibition
    This photo provided by the New-York Historical Society shows the photographer Bill Cunningham's muse Editta Sherman wearing a costume ca. 1910, in front of Federal Hall, which was built ca. 1842, in New York. The photo is one of 88 prints from Bill Cunningham's 1976-1978 project, "Facades," featured in an exhibition at the New-York Historical Society, running through June 15, 2014.
    Bill Cunningham | AP
  • Bill Cunningham Exhibition
    This photo provided by the New-York Historical Society shows the photographer Bill Cunningham's muse Editta Sherman in front of St. Paul's Chapel and Churchyard, which was built ca. 1766-96, in New York. The photo is one of 88 prints from Bill Cunningham's 1976-1978 project, "Facades"
    Bill Cunningham | AP
  • Bill Cunningham Exhibition
    This photo provided by the New-York Historical Society shows the photographer Bill Cunningham's muse Editta Sherman in front of the Associated Press Building at Rockefeller Center, which was built ca. 1939, in New York. The photo is one of 88 prints from Bill Cunningham's 1976-1978 project, "Facades."
    Bill Cunningham | AP
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