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Artist William Eggleston Wonders What It Takes to Get a Little Service Around Here

William Eggleston’s Untitled (Biloxi, Mississippi) (1974).© 2007 Eggleston Artistic Trust. Courtesy Cheim & Read, New York

He's an innovator in the field of color photography, so it’s no wonder William Eggleston took to redheads. Let these sun-kissed locks serve as a lesson to self-hating “gingers” (we’re talking to you, Lindsay and Nicole) the world over. Eggleston’s work is part of the Fisher Landau Center’s ongoing group exhibition “Pictures in Series: Multiple Visions and Sequential Imagery.” —Rachel Wolff