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Getting lucky: David Bailey, photographer to the starsHe may be a swinging '60s icon but British photographer David Bailey up close is a wisecracking crank who shrugs off his immense success as one of the world's most famous celebrity photographers.Intimate portraits of stars such as Kate Moss, Jack Nicholson and Mick Jagger gaze down from the walls of the Padiglione D'Arte Contemporanea, alongside photographs of his fourth wife, model Catherine Dyer, and children.Bailey ended up selling suits. He credits his interest in photography to a 1948 image by Henri Cartier-Bresson of Muslim women wearing long cloaks in front of the Himalayas, a shot which he said made the women appear to be mountains themselves.Bailey has been known to take portrait photographs on smartphones but is somewhat dismissive about the digital medium compared with old-fashioned film.
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