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This collection of Richard Avedon's highly influential and iconic portraits of the 1960s and 1970s includes Andy Warhol’s gender-bending Factory, with Viva and Candy Darling; Abbie Hoffman and the radical agitators of the Chicago Seven; Allen Ginsberg’s family, friends, and fellow artists; and the U.S. Mission Council in Saigon alongside searing portraits of victims of the Vietnam War. The photographs are accompanied by images of archival material, including Avedon's diaries, correspondence, and contact prints. Essays explore Avedon's penetrating incursions into the history and spirit of these tumultuous years.