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By 1965, Melvin Sokolsky was an established name in the world of fashion photography, and his follow-up project, "Fly" with model Dorothea McGowan, broadened the scope of his vision and the breadth of his artistic statement. More than a re-evaluated interpretation of popular culture movements, the grace and elegance that defines the potential of fashion becomes the syntax for Sokolsky's experimental reveries. It is no coincidence that Salvador Dali, some years later, found Sokolsky's studio an irresistible destination. With whimsical flights of fashion, Paris 1965 showcases this industry-defining projects with a series of iconic and striking, newly discovered images from the series and an exploration of the history and modern interpretations of Sokolsky’s vision.
This edition includes an introduction by Ali MacGraw, essays on his vision and process by Sokolsky, and video and audio commentary select pictures in the portfolio.