In this collection of classic work from the 1980s, the artist abstains from any comment or explanation; each viewer sees in these pictures what he or she is prepared to see. If there is comment, it arises from the photographer wickedly funny or coldly horrifying juxtapositions. Bob Geldof faces a Peruvian Christ figure; a laughing Anita Pallenburg and a grinning skull make up a modern vanitas. We are often attracted; we are sometimes repelled. We cannot remain indifferent.