Lee Miller, une photographe au cœur des combats
Commencer comme mannequin pour Vogue et finir photographe de guerre pendant la Seconde Guerre mondiale, c’est la leçon de gestion de carrière de Lee Miller.
Lee Miller's stunning images of women in wartime – in pictures
Ahead of a new exhibition at the Imperial War Museum, we revisit the American Vogue photographer’s unique record of women at war
Lee Miller: on the front line
While working as the only woman photo-reporter in combat areas during the Second World War, the model and Surrealist muse Lee Miller used her creative talents to the full. Drusilla Beyfus discusses her war photographs, part of a retrospective at the V&A.
Lee Miller (1907-1977) – De la muse à la photographe
BIOGRAPHIE (source: transatlantica.revues.org) Née en 1907 à Poughkeepsie dans l’état de New York, Lee Miller est considérée dès son enfance comme un objet à photographier. Sa beauté fascine et ins…
Portrait of a fitful brilliance
She was a renowned war photographer, Man Ray's lover and the wife of British Surrealist Roland Penrose, but Lee Miller never did justice to her gifts. Sarah Crompton talks to her son, Antony
Burlington Arcade by Lee Miller (September 1940)
from Britain at War (1941) by Monroe Wheeler (ed.) "A shopping centre familiar to all American visitors to London." - p. 73. "At 2.55am on 11 September 1940, a high explosive bomb struck close to Burlington Gardens, badly damaging the Arcade's northern end. No casualties were reported but the Arcade was not fully restored until 1954." - www.westendatwar.org.uk/page_id__16_path__0p4p.aspx Full story here - www.westendatwar.org.uk/page_id__202_path__0p2p.aspx Lee Miller Archives…