The author visited the places that she could explore with no agenda. She wasn't on assignment. She chose the subjects simply because they meant something to her. This title covers the houses of Virginia Woolf and Darwin in the English countryside and Freud's final home, in London, but most of the places on the lists were American.
Cecil Beaton's sense of style and his much-celebrated career as a designer for film and stage have overshadowed his position as one of the great photographers of the twentieth century. Beaton's persona provided a mask that concealed the seriousness of his accomplishment. His career, running from his earliest pictures in the Twenties to his last work in the Seventies, is unparalleled in its historical breadth. By mid-century he had produced an astonishing array of portraits of the greatest creative figures of his time, including Picasso, Gertrude Stein, Lucian Freud and Francis Bacon. In contrast to the flamboyance and artifice of his early work, Beaton later displayed an almost minimalist eye.
Beaton was to become a star on both sides of the Atlantic. He was at home in Hollywood studios as he was in English society. He maintained his role as royal portraitist, photographing the Queen at the same time as he courted the new royalty of the Swinging Sixties. Surprisingly he was commissioned to photograph the set of the film Performance and its star, Mick Jagger in 1968. The film marked the end of an era, as well as Beaton's last great assignment.
The book is drawn mostly from the 100,000 prints and negatives of the Cecil Beaton Studio Archive at Sotheby's and follows the definitive monograph of his work during the war years, Theatre of War, published in 2012.
The updated retrospective published for McCullin's 80th birthday.
Contains 40 new unpublished photographs and a new introduction - the definitive edition.
McCullin's reputation has long been established as one of the greatest photographers of conflict in the last century. In the fourteen years since the first publication of the book, McCullin has shed the role of war photographer and become a great landscape artist. He has also travelled widely through Africa, India, the Middle East and among the tribes living in Stone Age conditions in Indonesia. His journey from the back streets of north London to his rural retreat in the depths of Somerset is unparalleled. It includes a passage through the most terrible scenes of recent history, for which his stark views of the West Country offer him some redemption.
Recueil d'histoires courtes (dont le primé Sand Dunes and Sonic Booms) surréalistes, comiques et tristes à la fois, I'm never coming back transporte le lecteur sur 3 continents. A chaque destination, Julian Hanshaw zoome sur des existences et des situations inhabituelles et surprenantes, chaque histoire ayant sans le savoir une incidence sur la suivante. Dans un style tout en finesse, l'auteur nous fait découvrir différents destins qui s'entrelacent pour former un graphic novel empli d'une poésie décalée et rafraichissante.
Drawing became an important part of Freud's life from the start and a famous sketchbook, "The Freud-Schuster Book". This book charts the works on paper, including the etchings, over his entire career. It includes the formative early work, and the sketches in preparation for painting his masterpiece, "Large Interior W11" (after Watteau).
Don McCullin's reputation stands as one of the greatest war photographers of our times. McCullin's new work in Africa reaches one of the last corners of the earth where signs of outside influence are few, though they appear ominously significant. McCullin's photographs will be prefaced by extracts from his diaries.
Documents the arc of Leibovitz's relationship with her companion, Susan Sontag, who died in 2004; the birth of her three daughters; and many events involving her large and robust family, including the death of her father. This book also features the portraits of public figures including the pregnant Demi Moore, and Nelson Mandela in Soweto.
The most celebrated photographer of our time discusses portraiture, fashion photography, lighting, and digital cameras. Leibovitz describes how her pictures were made, starting with Richard Nixon's resignation and ending with Barack Obama's presidential campaign.
The twentieth anniversary of the Saatchi Gallery was celebrated in 2005 with "The Triumph of Painting", a landmark exhibition. This book accompanying the exhibition, makes the disparate currents of the painting coherent. It is devoted to the new American abstract painters, few of whom appeared in the original "Triumph of Painting" book.
McCullin had just returned from covering the bitter fighting during the Tet Offensive in Vietnam, and was the most hardened photojournalist in the field. He was astonished by the invitation. On Sunday 28 September he met the Beatles at the Sunday Times studio and began to photograph them in colour for a "Life" magazine cover.