There is a pretty amazing display of Bill Brandt's work at MoMA in NYC that runs through August 12. www.moma.org/visit/calendar/exhibitions/1343 If you live in the area or have a chance to visit I would highly recommend it. Several different subjects including London, Northern England, WW II, portraits, landscapes, and nudes. I found myself blown away. The compositions are phenomenal. Whether they are candids, street photography, landscapes, portraits, or nudes. Regarding the nudes specifically, some of the most amazing ones for me aren't graphic. They are individual body parts composed in a way to juxtapose them with the background in striking ways. Or to abstract them to a degree that they don't immediately strike you as body parts at all. Simply brilliant stuff. The book associated with the exhibit is worth buying, especially if you have an interest in B&W photography.