Harry Benson on New York New York, His New Book of Iconic Portraits
Renowned photographer Harry Benson’s lens has captured some of the most enigmatic people of our time, from Jackie O to Yoko Ono. To celebrate the launch of his new book, New York New York (powerHouse), Benson shares with W some of the memorable moments and impressions from his shoots.
Peter Marino, world-renowned architect, interior designer, and art collector, in his duplex with a baronial double-height living room and dueling fireplaces. He stands in front of a Franz Kline painting and is flanked by a bronze leopard sculpture by Lalanne. New York City, 2011.
“Peter Marino's apartment was a stunning example of his distinctive
creative vision as a designer. It seemed the perfect place for him to
stand---beside a lifelike bronze leopard sculpture.”