David Levinthal, a grown man, can't help but play with toys. Cowboys, Indians, Barbie dolls, figurines clad in S&M-wear: All have posed for the photographer's large-format Polaroid camera -- one of six in the world -- over the past 30 years. Or better said, he has posed them. A graduate of the Yale School of Art, 53-year-old Levinthal began artfully tinkering with toys in the early Seventies when he positioned a series of tiny German soldiers plodding through snow (really Gold Medal Flour) and fighting battles in grainy sepia photographs. Re-creating Hitler's army moving through Russia, the compelling scenes... More >>>