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      Palm Springs Art Museum-- Backyard Oasis: The Swimming Pool in Southern California Photography, 1945-1982 (Richard Gere)

    • Alexandre Hames

      Swimming in the American Dream : Herb Ritts, Richard Gere – Poolside, 1982, C-type print, Courtesy of the Herb Ritts Foundation, Los Angeles © Herb Ritts Foundation

    • Linnea Lenkus Portrait Studios

      Stunning photography! Herb Ritts, Richard Gere, Poolside, 1982. Courtesy of the Herb Ritts Foundation, Los Angeles © Herb Ritts Foundation. Photo courtesy Palm Springs Art Museum

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