Photographer William Klein to capture Minneapolis skyline

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Legendary photographer and filmmaker William Klein is giving a talk at the Walker Art Center tonight. MPR’s Jim Bickal spoke to the 82-year-old Klein. Klein mentioned the project he is working on currently is a book of photographs called “Anywhere.” This book will be a collection of “crazy, interesting and strange” landscapes.

On his way to downtown Minneapolis from the airport, Klein says he was struck by the weird looking buildings that make up the Minneapolis skyline. He plans to photograph the skyline for the new book before he returns to his home in Paris. Klein calls the buildings in Minneapolis a “crazy scene.”

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