Sahara Noir

Eau de Parfum by Tom Ford

Posted on: Thursday, August 29th, 2013

 

Courrèges Tee Shirts with Sunglasses

shot by photographer Fouli Elia.

On sale at 10 Corso Como.

Posted on: Wednesday, August 28th, 2013

Woo!

by Juergen Teller

 

Juergen Teller’s provocative interventions in celebrity portraiture

subvert the conventional relationship of the artist and model.

Whatever the setting, all his subjects collaborate in a way that allows

for the most surprising poses and emotional intensity

from his naked selfportrait to the ones of

Vivienne Westwood, Kate Moss, Charlotte Rampling.

Driven by a desire to tell a story in every picture he takes, Teller has shaped

his own distinct style which combines humour, self-mockery and an emotional honesty.

Woo! Published to accompany his recent solo exhibition at ICA in London,

reveals most the photographical Teller imaginary.

Juergen Teller has used images that cover the entire spectrum of his work

over the last twenty years: family pictures, commissioned work for magazines,

advertising campaigns newer, landscape shots.

Unlike ordinary exhibition catalogs here the effect of the installation

and space situation is mapped directly on the page

and allows a new look at plate oeuvre.

Juergen Teller was born in Erlangen, Germany, in 1964. In 1986, he moved to London,

where he has worked for magazines including i-D, The Face, Arena, Index and W.

Counted among his customers are Marc Jacobs, Helmut Lang,

Calvin Klein, Yves Saint Laurent and Comme des Garçons.

His works have been regularly exhibited since 1992.

In 2003 he won the Citibank Photography Prize.

Woo!

Juergen Teller

Published by Steidl

336 pages, 54 euro

Posted on: Tuesday, August 27th, 2013

 

Another Sunday arranging my “home office” pausing for memories,

 looking at pictures, and dreaming of new projects.

This is one of my favorite times, all alone with myself,

when the future and past sometimes get pleasantly confused in my thinking.

I happened to see in a book a picture  by Cecil Beaton,

a photographer I always enjoy spending time with.

Who was she? So great and stylish?

I did not recognize Ruth Gordon, what a change!

 I came to know about her in the 70’s when the movie Harold and Maude

became un unexpected  part of my life.

Posted on: Monday, August 26th, 2013

Another Sunday arranging my “home office” pausing for memories,

 looking at pictures, and dreaming of new projects.

This is one of my favorite times, all alone with myself,

when the future and past sometimes get pleasantly confused in my thinking.

I happened to see in a book a picture  by Cecil Beaton,

a photographer I always enjoy spending time with.

Who was she? So great and stylish?

I did not recognize Ruth Gordon, what a change!

 I came to know about her in the 70’s when the movie Harold and Maude

became un unexpected  part of my life.read more sunday
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Posted on: Sunday, August 25th, 2013
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