The Annenberg Space for Photography will be holding an exhibition entitled Helmut Newton: White Women • Sleepless Nights • Big Nudes. The show will display works from the groundbreaking fashion photographer. It will take place June 29 to September 8.

"Helmut Newton is one of the most powerful and influential photographers of the past century - the place where art and fashion and subversion and aspiration all collide," said Wallis Annenberg, Chairman of the Board, President and CEO of the Annenberg Foundation. "If Newton's work was controversial, I believe it's because he expressed the contradictions within all of us, and particularly within the women he photographed so beautifully: empowerment mixed with vulnerability, sensuality tempered by depravity."

The exhibit will see more than 100 prints and two films about the legendary photographer. One film was shot by his wife June and goes behind the scenes of photo shoots with many models like Cindy Crawford and Helena Christensen. Another film was commissioned by the Annenberg itself. Arclight Productions created a documentary that explains the photographer's influence on the fashion world and even the social identity of women.