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BooksFink on Warhol: New York Photographs of the 1960s
The 1960’s was an era in the United States alive with protest—the crisis of the Vietnam war and the struggle for civil rights provoked the nation to question the nature of the moral and political world. During this period of foment arose a band of arty nihilists with a mission that had little to do with politics yet everything to do with clever posturing and hobnobbing with the art-hungry power elite.
BooksChristopher Niquet, Models Matter
Through generations of cover stories, Models Matter, edited by the well-known French stylist Christopher Niquet, explores a multi-layered history of feminine beauty, from Jean Shrimpton to Jerry Hall, Naomi Campbell to Linda Evangelista, muses for extraordinary fashion lensmen like Steven Meisel, Irving Penn, and Richard Avedon.
BooksBernard Descamps, Autoportrait
I remember that, during a pleasant discussion about photography, Edouard Boubat had said to me, “In the end, we photographers, we revolve endlessly around the same photograph, a kind of perfect image, a Holy Grail that we never reach, and that would be an ideal self-portrait”.
BooksNuméro and Guido Mocafico, The Story of a Carte Blanche
In 1999, Babeth Djian, fashion editor and avant-garde stylist, created Numéro, a Parisian magazine since then famous for its unique and audacious aesthetic, tying together fashion and contemporary art.
BooksBernard Plossu, Glamour
The photographer Bernard Plossu publishes his latest book, co-authored with the film producer Dominique Païni. Their publication combines two visions, two ways of seeing, two different sensibilities centered around the notion—practically a genre—of “Glamor.”
BooksLisa Kristine, Bound To Freedom: Slavery to Liberation
Many think slavery ended with the demise of the trans-Atlantic trade, but sadly, that’s far from true. An estimated thirty-six million live without dignity or rights and although slavery is illegal in every country, it continues to persist in all—as a crime against humanity.
BooksDouglas Kirkland, Freeze Frame: Second Cut
From Angelina Jolie and Brigitte Bardot to Baz Luhrmann and Antonio Banderas, photographer Douglas Kirkland has been chronicling the making of films for more than half a century through his lens. He joined Look Magazine in his twenties, and worked for Life Magazine during the golden age of photojournalism, in the 1960s-1970s.
In the archives of...The End of the Game, Revisited
I met Micheline Gingras and Bruce Gilden in front of the garbage cans on Monroe Place in Brooklyn Heights, one night around midnight. They were walking their dog, and I was walking Michael Edelson and Regina Fiorito from my apartment to the train station. Michael a writer on photography, Bruce a photographer.