By Tim Walker
Fotografie КУЛЬТУРА и ИСКУССТВО,ФОТО-ВИДЕО Автор:Tim Walker Название:FotografieИздательство:SternГод:2006Формат:DjvuРазмер:4,25 MbЯзык:English Для сайта: www.mirknig.com version, wearing what resembles a flapper's spacesuit, crouches between disco mirror-balls that ship showers of sunshine throughout an attic room; in one other scene, attire lit from inside dangle like chinese language lanterns from a tree; in yet one more, a motley group of kids play on a seashore one of the ruins of a large cardboard swan. The English model photographer Tim Walker, born in 1970 in Devon, has a passion for such dream-logic eventualities. His types usually occupy fantastical and tricky units whose baroque props rhyme with their costumes in refined and infrequently wistful methods; one senses instantly good deal of attempt has long past into the development of those units. previously assistant to images legend Richard Avedon, and having made a reputation for himself within the pages of yank, British, Italian and jap versions of fashion, Walker is at present one of many world's so much influential model photographers, along Steven Meisel, Jurgen Teller and Nick Knight. This quantity is the 1st to offer Walker's whole works to date.About the AuthorAs a London-based photographer and graduate of Exeter paintings collage in Oxford, Tim Walker discovered from the greats. in the course of an internship at Condé Nast he manage the Cecil Beaton archive. He additionally labored as Richard Avedon’s assistant in big apple. considering the fact that these days his variety has blossomed into anything on par together with his early inspirations and mentors. His paintings seems in trend-setting magazines comparable to style, W and Harper’s Bazaar. sixty eight 1 2 three four five
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