How Tony Vaccaro Went from Secretly Shooting D-Day to Photographing Picasso
Now 93 years old, Tony Vaccaro produced some of World War II’s most impactful images—and went on to capture 20th century icons from Pablo Picasso to JFK.
Sublime photography from one photographer in two centuries. Michelantonio Celestino Onofrio Vaccaro, born December 20, 1922, in Greensburg, PA - orphaned at the age of 4 and forced to grow up during the depression on a desolate farm in the Italian countryside - could he be the greatest photographer in history.
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