This Day in Jewish History: Fashion Photographer Who Didn’t Insist on Clothes Is Killed

Helmut Newton, scion of Weimar’s stylish decadence and possessor of chains and padlocks in his car, dismissed shocked critics: ‘Bad taste is a lot more exciting than good taste’

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On January 23, 2004, fashion photographer Helmut Newton, who titillated viewers with black-and-white images of minimally or unclad females that ranged from the merely erotic to the downright sadomasochistic,...