Bob Henriques

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Bob Henriques (born 1930) is a photojournalist associated with Magnum Photos known for candid portraits of notable people, including Marilyn Monroe, Fidel Castro, Robert F. Kennedy, and Martin Luther King, Jr.. He was active during the 1950s and 1960s.

Henriques was born as Robert Granville Henriques on February 1, 1930 and currently lives in Homestead, Florida.[1] His photography is known for its focus on famous icons, as he often worked on the sets of major motion pictures, such as The Seven Year Itch and Long Day's Journey Into Night as well as for major magazines.[2] His work has been included in exhibitions in Germany at Kunsthaus Hamburg as well as in the United States at Staley + Wise Gallery in New York City [3] and in the Print Room at Magnum Photos.[4] Some of his photos are now in the Magnum Archive housed at the Harry Ransom Center at the University of Texas at Austin.[5]

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  1. ^ [1] IMDB profile
  2. ^ [2] PBS American Masters website
  3. ^ [3] Photography-now website
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  5. ^ [5] harry Ransom Center blog