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Viviane Sassen

Author : Viviane Sassen
ISBN : 3791348280
Genre : Photography
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Bringing together seventeen years of work in the fashion world, this eye-catching volume features selections from Sassen's award-winning series and campaigns for fashion designers and magazines. It includes essays that offer a context for Sassen's work in the history of fashion photography as well as a bibliography of nearly all her fashion series.
Category: Photography

Hot Mirror Viviane Sassen

Author : Eleanor Clayton
ISBN : 3791384767
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This mid-career retrospective volume focuses on Viviane Sassen's fine art photography, revealing a surrealist undercurrent in her work. Sassen recognizes Surrealism as one of her earliest artistic influences, seen in the uncanny shadows, fragmented bodies, and otherworldly landscapes she captures in her work. In addition to images from the acclaimed series "Umbra," this volume draws from the series "Flamboya," in which she returned to Kenya, "Parasomnia," a dreamlike exploration of sleep, the "Roxane" series, a mutual portrait created with her muse, Roxane Danset, "Of Lotus and Mud," a study of procreation and fecundity, and "Pikin Slee," a journey to a remote village in Suriname.00Exhibition: The Hepworth, Wakefield, UK (22.06.-07.10.2018) / Musée des Beaux-Arts, Le Locle, Switzerland (16.02.-26.05.2019).

Pikin Slee

Author : Viviane Sassen
ISBN : 3791349538
Genre : Photography
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Known for her unique approach to fashion photography, Viviane Sassen has taken yet another stylistic detour in her latest collection, which focuses on the inhabitants of a remote village on the Upper Suriname River. Sassen's lens captures the natural beauty of the very traditional way of living, where mundane objects can appear extraordinary against the background of nature's overwhelming presence.
Category: Photography


Author : Viviane Sassen
ISBN : 3791345214
Genre : Photography
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Saturated with color and boldly composed, Viviane Sassen's photographs straddle the boundaries of fashion, art, and documentary photography. This monograph by the award-winning Dutch-born photographer Viviane Sassen features photographs from throughout West and East Africa. Sassen's overriding theme is parasomnia, a sleep disorder involving strange movements, behaviors, emotions, and dreams. The otherworldly feel of these photographs, involving both human and inanimate subjects, aptly conveys an altered-consciousness point of view-one that is at home in the pages of a fashion magazine, newspaper, or a modern art gallery. Indeed, Sassen's images have appeared in all three venues to wide acclaim. Sassen's photographic series is engaging and thrillingly beautiful, filled with shadow and ambiguity, and it offers a challenge to the viewers to come up with their own narrative.
Category: Photography

Fashion Stylists

Author : Ane Lynge-Jorlén
ISBN : 9781350115071
Genre : Design
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Stylists have become increasingly influential in shaping fashion imagery. They have moved from the backstage, as unrecognised players, to the frontstage of fashion, becoming celebrated for their creative work as image makers for magazines, advertising and fashion designers. Yet little is known about the profession, its diverse incarnations and its aesthetic economy. Featuring contributions from leading experts and stylists, this collection is the first to explore the history, meaning and practice of fashion styling through interviews and historic and present-day case studies. Featuring in-depth contributions from prominent fashion scholars, chapters span historical periods, cultural contexts and theoretical frameworks, employing a range of methodologies in the international case studies upon which they're based. Interspersed with interviews with innovative fashion stylists working today, and drawing on examples from advertising, the catwalk and magazines, this book explores the challenges faced by stylists in a fashion system increasingly shaped by commercial pressures and by growing numbers of collections and seasons. Fashion Stylists is an invaluable resource for students and professionals interested in image-making, the representation of style and fashion, entrepreneurship and the history of fashion professionals.
Category: Design

Tate Photography Decoded

Author : Susan Bright
ISBN : 9781781577332
Genre : Photography
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Is it real? What do I remember? How can you tell a story? Can lying be OK? What goes where? Why is it famous? What makes it problematic? Who do you think you are? Stealing or borrowing? Public or private? These ten questions launch a thought-provoking investigation into what is really going on when you look at a photograph. Peeling back the layers of everything from the earliest daguerreotypes to your latest selfie, you will discover where to find meaning in an image, and the ways in which the photographer, our current culture, and you yourself all collaborate in the creation of that meaning.
Category: Photography

Photographers On Photography

Author : Henry Carroll
ISBN : 9781786278821
Genre : Photography
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Through a carefully curated selection of quotations, images, and interviews, Photographers on Photography reveals what matters most to fifty masters of photography. With enlightening text by Henry Carroll, author of the internationally bestselling Read This If You Want To Take Great Photographs series, you'll discover how the giants of the genre developed their distinctive visual styles and the core ideas that underpin their practice. The insightful perspective from these influential artists will inspire your own photographic process and, most importantly, help determine what photography means to you. "I haven't touched my Nikon 35mm since 2008, and Photographers on Photography: How the Masters See, Think & Shoot made me want to pick it up again. I don't know if there's any more glowing praise I can give than that." Communication Arts “This is a fantastic book that explores photography in a thoughtful way. We can all benefit from giving some thought as to why and how we photograph what we do.” Interviews with Olivia Bee, Esther Teichmann, Alex Soth, Ron Jude, Broomberg & Chanarin and further inspiration from: Eddie Adams, Lisette Model, Irving Penn, Garry Winogrand, Viviane Sassen, Maisie Cousins, Harley Weir, Gillian Wearing, Dorothea Lange, Hellen Van Meene, Man Ray, David Hockney, Ansel Adams, Daido Moriyama, Ralph Gibson, Saul Leiter, Todd Hido, Richard Misrach, Tacita Dean, Amalia Ulman, Alison Jackson, Jason Fulford, James Welling, Paul Graham, Laia Abril, John Baldessari, Lars Tunbjörk, Richard Avedon, Wendy Red Star, Dana Lixenberg, Edward Weston, Roni Horn, Vik Muniz, Penelope Umbrico, Ryuji Miyamoto, Bill Henson, Alvin Langdon Coburn, Ishiuchi Miyako, Leiko Shiga, Joan Fontcuberta, Charles Sheeler, Brandon Lattu, Nobuyoshi Araki, and William Henry Fox Talbot. Titles in Henry Carroll's ‘Read This’ series: Read This if You Want to Take Great Photographs by Henry Carroll (9781780673356) Read This if You Want to Take Great Photographs of People by Henry Carroll (9781780676241) Use This if You Want to Take Great Photographs: A Photo Journal by Henry Carroll (9781780678887) Read This if You Want to Be Great at Drawing by Selwyn Leamy (9781786270542) Read This if You Want to Be a Great Writer by Ross Raisin (9781786271976) Read This if You Want to Be Instagram Famous edited by Henry Carroll (9781780679679)
Category: Photography

The World Atlas Of Street Photography

Author : Jackie Higgins
ISBN : 9780300207163
Genre : Art
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Collects street photographs from noted photographers of cities around the world, from New York and Sao Paolo to Paris and Sydney.
Category: Art

Reality Machines

Author : Nederlands Architectuurinstituut
ISBN : UOM:39015052871764
Genre : Architecture
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Text by Linda Vlassenrood, Aaron Betsky.
Category: Architecture

Anita And 124 Other Portraits

Author : Anuschka Blommers
ISBN : UOM:39015069334442
Genre : Design
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This book is a survey of the work that the photographers Anuschka Blommers and Niels Schumm have produced during the past ten years.
Category: Design

Fully Booked

Author : Robert Klanten
ISBN : UOM:39015077672718
Genre : Design
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Many prophesied that the printed book would be doomed by developments in digital media. Far from it! The book has not only survived, but ???????????? as tactile qualities have gained significance in our increasingly digital world ???????????? there is also more unhindered experimentation with bound paper pages now than ever before. The materiality of the medium can give sensual emphasis to complex visual and textual content or appreciate its value. Some content isn't even apparent until it takes the form of a real object ???????????? the printed book. Fully Booked is devoted to current cover and book design. It presents material from printed publications that succeed in striking a crucial balance ???????????? between the market's demands for availability, legibility and durability on the one hand and sophisticated visual and content design on the other. By featuring projects in this experimental field that combine enormous creativity with skilled craftsmanship, Fully Booked also reveals trends in today's graphic design. In addition, Fully Booked presents a choice selection of artist books. Created by hand and printed in limited editions, these publications push the boundaries of conventional book design. Its range of inspiring examples not only makes Fully Booked a must-have for graphic designers, book creators and publishers, but also for every book lover.
Category: Design

Centrefold Magazine

Author : Andrew G. Hobbs
ISBN : OCLC:1193481933
Genre : Fashion and art
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Category: Fashion and art

And And And By Alexander Van Slobbe

Author : Alexander van Slobbe
ISBN : STANFORD:36105215495677
Genre : Design
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Alexander van Slobbe is one of the most versatile Dutch designers. He achieved international success with his labels Orson & Bodil (founded in 1989), SO (1993-2003) and orson + bodil (from 2003). His designs stand out through an innovative use of construction and materials. After two decades of designing, now there is a book to which many people have contributed, who together add up to far more than the sum of the parts. Alexander van Slobbe, and... and... and... brings together a wide range of perspectives. The story of Van Slobbe himself as leitmotif, which touches on themes that are elaborated upon in essays and interviews, such as the relationship between fashion design and art, developments in the international fashion world and the quest for craftsmanship. Archive material is presented alongside new visuals, and old material is reinterpreted. Designed by Mevis & Van Deursen in collaboration with Alexander van Slobbe, the book reveals the scope and precision of the work of Van Slobbe. Rather than focus on the cliche of the fashion world, and... and... and... explores the joys and discipline, rhythm and pace at which a collection is created.
Category: Design

Inside Magazines

Author : Patrik Andersson
ISBN : UOM:39015055470408
Genre : Art
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Far away from the mass market or underground press, Inside Magazines reveals a covetable and independent publishing style, in which taste, opinion, design, fashion, and creativity are excitingly alive. Inside Magazines is not only a visual record of a unique publishing genre, but also an engaging collection of historical essays, artist projects, mini-magazines, and insightful interviews.
Category: Art


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ISBN : STANFORD:36105133540356
Genre : Photographic art galleries
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Category: Photographic art galleries

The Low Countries

Author : Stichting Ons Erfdeel
ISBN : PSU:000030596290
Genre : Arts
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ISBN : CORNELL:31924087494740
Genre : Advertising
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A Critical History Of Photography In The Netherlands

Author : Saskia Asser
ISBN : UVA:X030233314
Genre : Photography
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Provides a highly variegated picture of developments, events, phenomena and people in the photography of the Netherlands from about 1840 to the present, related to the sociological, economic, social, technological and cultural context of their time. Where necessary, sidebar texts, which can also be read separately, are devoted to particular people, phenomena or institutions throughout the chapters.
Category: Photography

Talking Fashion

Author : Jan Kedves
ISBN : 379134823X
Genre : Design
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In these fascinating and revealing interviews, influential figures from every aspect of the world of fashion share their stories, insights, and experiences. Journalist Jan Kedves isn't afraid to ask a pointed question, and his subjects certainly aren't afraid to answer. Whether it's Bruce Weber discussing nudity, dogs, and Clint Eastwood; Juergen Teller talking about daring shoots with Charlotte Rampling, Victoria Beckham, and the one time he may have gone too far; or Raf Simons waxing nostalgic about his days and nights as a club kid, this collection of interviews goes beyond the latest trends to distill what makes its subjects tick. A fashion-world insider in his own right, Kedves knows how to talk to models, designers, photographers, and artists, sharing his own opinions and recollections as a way of drawing out even the most reticent. As a result, his conversations with the likes of Pierre Cardin, Malcolm McLaren, Rick Owens, Helmut Lang, and Veruschka can feel as intimate as a late-night gabfest, and every bit as fun. Other interviewees include the following: Miguel Adrover, Walter Van Beirendonck, Bless, Damir Doma, Michel Gaubert, Jean-Paul Goude, Iris van Herpen, Nick Knight, Charlie Le Mindu, Willi Ninja, Diane Pernet, Lo�c Prigent, Viviane Sassen, Valerie Steele, Barbara Vinken, Bernhard Willhelm, Zaldy.
Category: Design