Bettina Rheims: The Book of Olga (Limited Edition)

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9783836507608: Bettina Rheims: The Book of Olga (Limited Edition)

extremely rare and lim tied edition of the legendary photographer.

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Bettina Rheims (Autor), Catherine Millet (Autor)
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Description du livre Taschen Auflage: Mul Ltd Sg. Hardcover. État : gut. Auflage: Mul Ltd Sg. Die Femme fatale Olga Rodionov ist eine berühmte Schönheit, die sich in den Mode- und Jetset-Kreisen Moskaus bewegt. Als der sie verehrende Gatte, ein mächtiger russischer Millionär, sich auf die Suche nach besonderen Porträts seiner Frau machte, wandte er sich an niemand geringeren als Bettina Rheims - für eine Fotografin von Rheims Kaliber ein eher ungewöhnliches Ansinnen. Doch Rheims war gefesselt von Olgas einzigartiger Aura und fühlte sich von der Herausforderung angestachelt, ästhetische Porträtformen zu finden, die keinerlei Ähnlichkeit mit mittelmäßiger Pornografie aufweisen würden. Das erste Shooting fand auf Rheimss Landsitz statt, und Olgas Ehemann war von den Bildern derart angetan, dass er vorschlug, ein Buch mit Olga in der Rolle des Stars zu produzieren. Es folgte ein zweites Shooting in Schwarzweiß, mitSado-Maso-Dekor sowie anderen Frauen und Männern, die leicht perverse Sexspiele mit Olga inszenierten. Das dritte Shooting, inspiriert von Marie Antoinette, erfolgte ausschließlich im Studio. Rheims gelang es, eine Vielzahl von Möglichkeiten zu finden, ein Sujet so abzubilden, dass dessen Frische und Faszination ungebrochen bleiben. The Book of Olga zeigt über 100 Aufnahmen dieser erfolgreichen Zusammenarbeit und ist Love Song und künstlerisches Statement zugleich. Synopsis: One woman, one photographer, endless possibilities.French photographer Bettina Rheims' sexiest book ever: daring portraits of a gorgeous woman commissioned by her millionaire husband.Femme fatale Olga Rodionov is a well-known beauty who moves in Moscow's fashion and jet set circles. When her adoring husband, a powerful Russian millionaire, sought to have special portraits made of his wife, he asked none other than Bettina Rheims - an unusual request for a photographer of Rheims' stature. Rheims was captivated by Olga's unique aura and felt excited by the challenge of finding aesthetic ways of doing the portraits so that they didn't feel like run of the mill pornography.The first shoot took place in Rheims' country home and Olga's husband was so pleased with the images that he suggested they produce a book with Olga as the star. A second shoot followed, in black and white with a sado-masochistic decor and other men and women playing slightly perverse sex games with Olga. A third, Marie-Antoinette-inspired shoot took place entirely in the studio. Rheims succeeded in finding a variety of ways to depict one subject with a continuous freshness and intrigue; "The Book of Olga" represents the most delectable fruits of her success. With over one hundred images, this unique book is both a love song and an artistic statement. Autor : Inspired by her passion for art and female portraiture, Bettina Rheims devoted herself wholly to photography beginning in 1978. In the past three decades she has produced many major series of works for books and exhibitions. In 2007 she was awarded the Legion d'Honneur for her artistic achievement. Catherine Millet is editor-in-chief and co-founder of Art Press. She is also a curator and the author of many books, including La vie sexuelle de Catherine M. In deutscher Sprache. 154 pages. 54,6 x 35,6 x 7,2 cm. N° de réf. du libraire BN28272

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Rheims, Bettina
Edité par Taschen (2008)
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Description du livre Taschen, 2008. Hardcover. État : Used: Very Good. Paperback Advanced Reading Copy. Paperback Plain cover pre-release first-edition. Artwork black and white, some artwork and images might be missing. Copy not final and there may be typos. N° de réf. du libraire 027116

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RHEIMS, BETTINA). Rheims, Bettina & Olga Rodionova. Foreword by Catherine Millet
Edité par Benedikt Taschen Verlag, Koln, GERMANY (2008)
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Description du livre Benedikt Taschen Verlag, Koln, GERMANY, 2008. Cloth in a Clamshell Box. État : As New. First Edition 1/1000 Deluxe. 154pp, profusely illustrated in color and b&w. Text in English, French and German. "Olga Rodionova is a well-known beauty who moves in Moscow's fashion and jet set circles. When her adoring husband - a powerful Russian millionaire - sought to have special portraits made of his wife, he asked none other than Bettina Rheims. Rheims was captivated by Olga's unique aura and felt excited by the challenge of finding aesthetic ways of doing the portraits so that they didn't feel like run of the mill pornography.The first shoot took place in Rheims' country home and Olga's husband was so pleased with the images that he suggested they produce a book with Olga as the star. A second shoot followed, in black and white with a sado-masochistic decor and other men and women playing slightly perverse sex games with Olga. A third, Marie-Antoinette-inspired shoot took place entirely in the studio. Rheims succeeded in finding a variety of ways to depict one subject with a continuous freshness and intrigue; "The Book of Olga" is a compelling depiction of female sexuality, allure, desire, intrigue and fantasy. With over one hundred images and an introduction by French author Catherine Millet, this unique book is both a love song and a bold artistic statement". A brand new, pristine example of the 2008 first printing of the Taschen Collector's Edition limited to one thousand copies NUMBERED (0087) AND BOLDLY SIGNED "Bettina Rheims" in the publisher's clamshell box and unopened printed cardboard shipping carton, as issued. PLEASE NOTE: Additional shipping costs are required for this item beyond our standard rates due to its weight and value - we will inform you of the applicable amount at time of purchase. Numbered and Signed by the Photographer. Photography Monograph. N° de réf. du libraire 025653

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