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Magnum a donné carte blanche au photographe Alec Soth pour ce troisième numéro de Fashion Magazine qui nous propose une odyssée contemporaine entre Paris et le Minnesota, un voyage poétique sur la relation de l'artiste à la mode.
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Description du livre Magnum Photos, 2007. Paperback. État : New. N° de réf. du libraire P112952410216
Description du livre Magnum Photos. PAPERBACK. État : New. 2952410216 New Condition. N° de réf. du libraire NEW6.0895449
Description du livre Magnum Photos, 2007. Paperback. État : New. N° de réf. du libraire DADAX2952410216
Description du livre Magnum Photos, 2007. Paperback. État : New. book. N° de réf. du libraire 2952410216
Description du livre Julien Frydman / Magnum Photos, Paris, 2007. Soft cover. État : New. 1st Edition. First edition, first printing. Signed and numbered deluxe limited edition of 20 (this being #11/20), including a Type-C print titled "Kristin" (reproduced on page 177 of the book), signed, dated and numbered verso in black ink by Soth (image 11 x 8-5/8 inches; paper 11-5/8 x 9-1/4 inches).Soft cover. Photographically illustrated laminated cardstock wrappers with title printed in black on cover and spine (illustration on back cover); no dust jacket as issued. The print and the book are enclosed in a light gray cloth-covered clamshell box, which is signed, dated and numbered in pencil on the inside front cover by Soth and printed with the title ("Fashion Box") in black on the cover.Photographs and editing by Alec Soth. Conversation with Alec Soth (in English and French) by Marta Gili. Interview with Franca Sozzani (in French and English) by Carlo Ducci. Interview with Karl Lagerfeld (In English and French) by Pamela Golbin. Interview with Eric Olson (in English and French). Graphic design by Christophe Renard. 188 pp. (including two 3-page gatefolds), with 117 four-color plates (most are 2-page spreads) printed by Fot Imprimeurs. 11-7/8 x 9-1/2 inches. New (opened only for inspection). Print, book and clamshell box all in flawless condition. From the publisher: "In this beautifully produced third issue of the international art/fashion collectible Fashion Magazine, the acclaimed American photographer Alec Soth plays Editor-in-Chief, Advertising Director and sole photographic contributor -- to quietly mesmerizing results. Featuring exquisite printing, unexpected gatefolds, special inks, varnishes and paper changes, this magazine-as-artist's-book as-sociological-study as-tongue-in-cheek (yet-also-very-real) advertising-vehicle contains some of the most riveting work being produced by a young photographer today.Soth explains: 'While Fashion Magazine has a single photographer-author, it's still a magazine, not a book. So it doesn't follow my usual mode of slow, solitary production. It's collaboration. The ideas for the collaboration were formulated very quickly. I was approached by the folks at the Paris office of Magnum to work on this issue late last year. I immediately said yes. I was a huge fan of the previous two editions (by Martin Parr and Bruce Gilden) and was looking for an excuse to play with fashion.I often say that when I am making a portrait, I'm not 'capturing' the other person. If the photograph documents anything, it is the space between the subject and myself. Something similar is at work with Fashion Magazine. I'm not really comfortable saying I know anything about Paris or its fashion world. And I suspect that most fashionable Parisians know just as little about Minnesota. What is interesting is the space between us. My favorite example of this involves Chanel. In Paris, I photographed Karl Lagerfeld at the Grand Palais. In Minnesota, I photographed a girl with a Chanel shopping bag in front of Sally's Beauty Shop. With this magazine, I'm trying to explore the distance between those two places.'" Signed by Author. N° de réf. du libraire 108095