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A beautifully illustrated survey of the key figures and movements in fashion photography from the dawn of the genre to the present day
Fashion photography reflects not only the desires and fantasies of the consumer, but also the changing face of cultural values in society as a whole. A stunning object in its own right, Fashion Photography: The Story in 180 Pictures charts the evolution and glamour of the genre. Featuring names from classic photography alongside those from more recent generations, its draws upon myriad archives and sources to provide a comprehensive and accessible exploration of the subject. Eugenie Shinkle charts how fashion photography flourished with the rise of illustrated magazines, how influential art directors collaborated with photographers to shape epochs of style, and how generations of fashion photographers have built upon one another to expand this genre over the past 150 years. Her introduction and commentary throughout the book bring intelligence and fascinating insight to this popular topic. Through 180 key pictures, Shinkle expertly surveys the important figures and movements to provide an essential primer to fashion photography.
FIRST EDITION Trade Hardcover, 17 x 23 cm portrait, 216 pages Section-sewn binding; mixed art papers; endpaper fold-out; silver foil on linen-wrapped cover, back + spine; silver and ‘glow in the dark’ special inks; bookmark ribbon 93 colour and b+w photographs; 3 interior illustrations; 25 storybook (text) pages Published 24 May 2018 | ISBN: 9780994791955
ISBN 978-84-451-3707-9Consejería de Cultura, Turismo y Deportes de la Comunidad de Madrid, 2018Design: Natalia Troitiño (N2 Estudio)Texts: Horacio Fernández, Sonia Berger, Luis López NavarroPrepress: La TroupeHardcover13,6 x 18 cm340 pagesEdition: Spanish/English
Flexicover8.2 × 12.5 in228 pages + 2 foldouts64 imagesDesign: Estudio HerreraTrilingual edition (English/Spanish/French) In the course of his travels in Mexico over the last thirty years, Antoine d’Agata has extracted the hair-raising material from which he now constructs this tense, immobile diary.