During the UN General Assembly in September, New Yorker photographer Platon set up a small studio right outside the “green room” where world leaders waited prior to addressing the General Assembly.  There, he was able to coax dozens of heads of state into posing for a profile photograph, a collection of which is included in this week’s New Yorker magazine.  The New Yorker website has an interactive feature that includes commentary by the photograpger.  *Of Qadaffi, Platon says “he has no eyes.”)  Check it out.

 

 

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