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Marc Jacobs’ favorite photographer is bringing some new photography to the Dutch gallery De Haan Haarlem, and lucky for us it found its way to the internet.

Naturally, it’s a bit more abrasive than his ad work, but his absurdist streak is still alive and well. Our favorite—other than the pharmaceutical snap at left—poses the famous William Eggleston in a rural parking lot behind a grand piano. As homages go, that one takes a lot of brass—but apparently Eggleston liked the joke enough to play along.

If you find yourself in Haarlem (no, not Harlem), you should swing by.

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—R.B.

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