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The Click Clique

| September 3, 2013 | Parties

Rebel-visionary and former part-time L.A. resident Helmut Newton stirred things up at the Annenberg Space for Photography with the first large-scale, non-gallery installation of his edgy photos, Helmut Newton: White Women, Sleepless Nights, Big Nudes. Culled from photos emblazoned in his first three tomes, more than 100 prints graced the walls of the multiroom space, while partygoers like Rashida Jones, Jeffrey Deitch and Jacqui Getty gawked at the Vogue vet’s iconic scenes, then hobnobbed under a glamorous, translucent tent glistening with spectacular chandeliers and a mirrored bar. Photography by Chris Weeks/Getty Images; Mike Windle/Getty Images


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