Un livre sur le culte de la célébrité, où les vraies personnes interagissent avec les "stars" qu'elles adulent dans un rêve solarisé...
Ce livre a été sélectionné parmi les 20 finalistes du meilleur premier livre photo à Paris Photo 2012 ("First Photobook Award", The Paris Photo - Aperture Foundation PhotoBook Awards).
72 pages - Relié sans jaquette
46 illustrations couleur
Neuf sous blister - Aucun défaut
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From the publisher :
"Both a documentary analysis and a conceptual deliberation, Celebrity is a visually exciting criticism on the social impact of idolisation and capricious desires. Who are these people we admire so much, what role do they play in our lives, and what absurdities do they evoke from us?
Photographing wax work models at Madame Tussauds of supposedly aspirational figures, Hirasawa presents us with social relationships both separated and intensified by these lifeless figures we call celebrities, ingeniously creating metaphors of themselves, as existential intimations which we can never actually be close to.
The images themselves are taken with a thermographic camera, recording heat emitted from visitors’ bodies, where the lifeless wax work models are barely seen... each pixel records specific temperature information. As one moves through the book, various emotions and interactions take place; humour, aggression, playfulness, regret and reverie...
A truly original and contemporary photography book which aims to delight as well as scrupulate."
.Last copy!.Almost is a peaceful book, that takes us in a labyrinth of personal memories where expectation, melancholy, oblivion, and disappearance join us or lead us in every nook; a labyrinth in which the reader has to make their own path, and see or imagine their own fiction.48 pages - Hardcover, no DJ Bemojake, 2013 New - Mint condition
.Sold out. A strange and kind of crazy book, and certainly a monochromatic and monomaniacal book!Tim Smyth got interested in carrot sorting... what happens between the producer's patch and the supermarket's aisles; and more specifically how are these roots sorted with machines using cameras and image analysis software!The author displays in Defective...
Publisher's presentation: "Maxwell Anderson has been accumulating his photographs of flowers over the last 6 years. His choice of photographs are deliberately awkward and unceremonious. In the book, Anderson combines his snapshots of common flowers with equally common and often inane human interpretations and interactions with them. His interst lies...