Suero, Orlando (1925-2019)

Orlando Suero attended the New York Institute of Photography and later worked at camera stores, until he had the opportunity to print the photos for Edward Steichen’s exhibition, “The Family of Man”. His career as an artist, however, didn't begin until he was assigned to photograph the wedding of Jacqueline and John F. Kennedy. Shortly after that, he rapidly got recognition and spent most of his career photographing Hollywood stars, such as Brigitte Bardot or Jack Nicholson. To this day, his work is recognized worldwide at renown museums like the Museum of Modern Art in New York.


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