The Intimate Lens of Ed van der Elsken

Dutch postwar photographer Ed van der Elsken lived with, and through, his cameras via The New York Times

The Intimate Lens of Ed van der Elsken

The Dutch postwar photographer Ed van der Elsken lived with, and through, his cameras. They came with him into his bedroom, capturing life with his first, second and third wives; they were slung around his neck and across his chest as he traveled to Paris, Tokyo, Chile, central Africa and back home to his native Amsterdam. They joined him in his deathbed, as he recorded his own slow capitulation to cancer in 1990.


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