New York based Swiss photographer Henry Leutwyler sees Michael Jackson through objects he left behind.
This content was published on August 4, 2010
This collection of photographs was never intended to be a book. In February 2009, Leutwyler flew to California on an assignment to photograph the iconic white glove of pop star Michael Jackson. When he arrived at the venue for the shoot, he had no idea what he'd find.
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