Family portrait in pajamas - with Frances Bean, Kurt & Courtney
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At home with Courtney, Frances Bean & Kurt
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Family portrait - with DIE ANTWOORD
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DIE ANTWOORD family
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Jónsi & Alex
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Alex Somers & Jónsi Birgisson kissing
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Annie Leibovitz on her famous photo of John Lennon and Yoko Ono and how it became a symbol of the vulnerability of human passion: "I sometimes think of that photograph as 10 years in the making. I met John Lennon and Yoko Ono in New York in the early part of my career. It was 1980, and he had just finished the album Double Fantasy with Yoko. I had seen the cover, which was both of them kissing. And I thought, Oh my gosh. This was the 1980s - romance was a little dead. And I was so moved by that kiss. There was so much in that simple picture of a kiss. So, for the photo I wanted to take, I imagined them somehow together. And it wasn't a stretch to imagine them with their clothes off, because they did it all the time. But what happened at the last minute was that Yoko didn't want to take her clothes off. So, we went ahead with the picture, and it was this very striking picture of Yoko clothed against a naked John. And of course, John was murdered later that afternoon. It's actually an excellent example of how circumstances change a picture. Suddenly, that photograph has a story. You're looking at it and thinking it's their last kiss, or they're saying goodbye."
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