In the 1960s, Duane Michals worked as a freelance fashion photographer and portraitist, while his artistic work began to address literary and philosophical ideas about death, gender and sexuality. Working with staged scenes, he experimented with multiple exposures, sequences and combining text and drawings with his images. His books include Sequences (1970) and Eros & Thanatos (1992).
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