Highlights of Photo Art

Preiss Fine Arts presents with a lavishly curated special exhibition numerous classics of the greatest photographers of the world, which have entered the history of photography. On display are masterpieces by Albert Watson, the master of all classes – also known for his famous portrait of Mick Jagger as Leopard or Alfred Hitchcock with goose -, Michel Comte’s breathtakingly uncompromising yet sensitive images, Roxanne Lowit’s legendary portraits or complex fashion pieces by Mario Testino and urban-trendy photo art by David Drebin. On occasion, internationally sought-after unique pieces and the last works of already sold-out editions have been acquired, such as Bert Stern’s masterpiece “Last Sitting” – one of the last intimate shots of Marilyn Monroe – or Michel Comte’s newly interpreted masterpiece of “The Beauty and the Beast” and David Drebins world-famous “Girl in Orange Dress”.