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The rare first issue of "A Magazine Curated By", a publishing project for which fashion designers are invited to act as guest editors, filling each issue with a personal selection of their own material, expressing their aesthetic and cultural values. The leitmotiv of this issue is "the extended creative life and the expression of the house of Maison Martin Margiela" wherein the magazine acts as a reunion of staff members, collaborators, collectors, models, photographers, artists and film makers to show what they are working on at the moment or a piece of work which still remains very dear to them. The color white, in all its shades and temperatures, acts as a unifying thread between the participants.
The rare first issue of "A Magazine Curated By", a publishing project for which fashion designers are invited to act as guest editors, filling each issue with a personal selection of their own material, expressing their aesthetic and cultural values. The leitmotiv of this issue is "the extended creative life[…]
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The rare first issue of "A Magazine Curated By", a publishing project for which fashion designers are invited to act as guest editors, filling each issue with a personal selection of their own material, expressing their aesthetic and cultural values. The leitmotiv of this issue is "the extended creative life and the expression of the house of Maison Martin Margiela" wherein the magazine acts as a reunion of staff members, collaborators, collectors, models, photographers, artists and film makers to show what they are working on at the moment or a piece of work which still remains very dear to them. The color white, in all its shades and temperatures, acts as a unifying thread between the participants.
The rare first issue of "A Magazine Curated By", a publishing project for which fashion designers are invited to act as guest editors, filling each issue with a personal selection of their own material, expressing their aesthetic and cultural values. The leitmotiv of this issue is "the extended creative life[…]
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The rare first issue of "A Magazine Curated By", a publishing project for which fashion designers are invited to act as guest editors, filling each issue with a personal selection of their own material, expressing their aesthetic and cultural values. The leitmotiv of this issue is "the extended creative life and the expression of the house of Maison Martin Margiela" wherein the magazine acts as a reunion of staff members, collaborators, collectors, models, photographers, artists and film makers to show what they are working on at the moment or a piece of work which still remains very dear to them. The color white, in all its shades and temperatures, acts as a unifying thread between the participants.
The rare first issue of "A Magazine Curated By", a publishing project for which fashion designers are invited to act as guest editors, filling each issue with a personal selection of their own material, expressing their aesthetic and cultural values. The leitmotiv of this issue is "the extended creative life[…]
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The rare first issue of "A Magazine Curated By", a publishing project for which fashion designers are invited to act as guest editors, filling each issue with a personal selection of their own material, expressing their aesthetic and cultural values. The leitmotiv of this issue is "the extended creative life and the expression of the house of Maison Martin Margiela" wherein the magazine acts as a reunion of staff members, collaborators, collectors, models, photographers, artists and film makers to show what they are working on at the moment or a piece of work which still remains very dear to them. The color white, in all its shades and temperatures, acts as a unifying thread between the participants.
The rare first issue of "A Magazine Curated By", a publishing project for which fashion designers are invited to act as guest editors, filling each issue with a personal selection of their own material, expressing their aesthetic and cultural values. The leitmotiv of this issue is "the extended creative life[…]
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The rare first issue of "A Magazine Curated By", a publishing project for which fashion designers are invited to act as guest editors, filling each issue with a personal selection of their own material, expressing their aesthetic and cultural values. The leitmotiv of this issue is "the extended creative life and the expression of the house of Maison Martin Margiela" wherein the magazine acts as a reunion of staff members, collaborators, collectors, models, photographers, artists and film makers to show what they are working on at the moment or a piece of work which still remains very dear to them. The color white, in all its shades and temperatures, acts as a unifying thread between the participants.
The rare first issue of "A Magazine Curated By", a publishing project for which fashion designers are invited to act as guest editors, filling each issue with a personal selection of their own material, expressing their aesthetic and cultural values. The leitmotiv of this issue is "the extended creative life[…]
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First Edition 2001 Yohji Yamamoto Rewind Forward. All the legendary advertising art directed by M/M (Paris) and photographed by Inez and Vinoodh, Craig McDean, Paolo Roversi and David Sims. 238 fashion pictures 1995-2000.  Limited edition of 2001 copies, this is copy 0219. 
First Edition 2001 Yohji Yamamoto Rewind Forward. All the legendary advertising art directed by M/M (Paris) and photographed by Inez and Vinoodh, Craig McDean, Paolo Roversi and David Sims. 238 fashion pictures 1995-2000.  Limited edition of 2001 copies, this is copy 0219. 
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First Edition 2001 Yohji Yamamoto Rewind Forward. All the legendary advertising art directed by M/M (Paris) and photographed by Inez and Vinoodh, Craig McDean, Paolo Roversi and David Sims. 238 fashion pictures 1995-2000.  Limited edition of 2001 copies, this is copy 0219. 
First Edition 2001 Yohji Yamamoto Rewind Forward. All the legendary advertising art directed by M/M (Paris) and photographed by Inez and Vinoodh, Craig McDean, Paolo Roversi and David Sims. 238 fashion pictures 1995-2000.  Limited edition of 2001 copies, this is copy 0219. 
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First Edition 2001 Yohji Yamamoto Rewind Forward. All the legendary advertising art directed by M/M (Paris) and photographed by Inez and Vinoodh, Craig McDean, Paolo Roversi and David Sims. 238 fashion pictures 1995-2000.  Limited edition of 2001 copies, this is copy 0219. 
First Edition 2001 Yohji Yamamoto Rewind Forward. All the legendary advertising art directed by M/M (Paris) and photographed by Inez and Vinoodh, Craig McDean, Paolo Roversi and David Sims. 238 fashion pictures 1995-2000.  Limited edition of 2001 copies, this is copy 0219. 
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First Edition 2001 Yohji Yamamoto Rewind Forward. All the legendary advertising art directed by M/M (Paris) and photographed by Inez and Vinoodh, Craig McDean, Paolo Roversi and David Sims. 238 fashion pictures 1995-2000.  Limited edition of 2001 copies, this is copy 0219. 
First Edition 2001 Yohji Yamamoto Rewind Forward. All the legendary advertising art directed by M/M (Paris) and photographed by Inez and Vinoodh, Craig McDean, Paolo Roversi and David Sims. 238 fashion pictures 1995-2000.  Limited edition of 2001 copies, this is copy 0219. 
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First Edition 2001 Yohji Yamamoto Rewind Forward. All the legendary advertising art directed by M/M (Paris) and photographed by Inez and Vinoodh, Craig McDean, Paolo Roversi and David Sims. 238 fashion pictures 1995-2000.  Limited edition of 2001 copies, this is copy 0219. 
First Edition 2001 Yohji Yamamoto Rewind Forward. All the legendary advertising art directed by M/M (Paris) and photographed by Inez and Vinoodh, Craig McDean, Paolo Roversi and David Sims. 238 fashion pictures 1995-2000.  Limited edition of 2001 copies, this is copy 0219. 
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First Edition 2001 Yohji Yamamoto Rewind Forward. All the legendary advertising art directed by M/M (Paris) and photographed by Inez and Vinoodh, Craig McDean, Paolo Roversi and David Sims. 238 fashion pictures 1995-2000.  Limited edition of 2001 copies, this is copy 0219. 
First Edition 2001 Yohji Yamamoto Rewind Forward. All the legendary advertising art directed by M/M (Paris) and photographed by Inez and Vinoodh, Craig McDean, Paolo Roversi and David Sims. 238 fashion pictures 1995-2000.  Limited edition of 2001 copies, this is copy 0219. 
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First Edition 2001 Yohji Yamamoto Rewind Forward. All the legendary advertising art directed by M/M (Paris) and photographed by Inez and Vinoodh, Craig McDean, Paolo Roversi and David Sims. 238 fashion pictures 1995-2000.  Limited edition of 2001 copies, this is copy 0219. 
First Edition 2001 Yohji Yamamoto Rewind Forward. All the legendary advertising art directed by M/M (Paris) and photographed by Inez and Vinoodh, Craig McDean, Paolo Roversi and David Sims. 238 fashion pictures 1995-2000.  Limited edition of 2001 copies, this is copy 0219. 
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Living Trust, the first monograph by American artist Buck Ellison. LA-based Ellison’s work broadly investigates the language of privilege through meticulously researched images, often executed through staged settings and performative interventions into the visual language of photography. Many images in Living Trust use a recipe of carefully constructed scenarios to question how photography perpetuates these distinctions. In this breaking down of boundaries between different rules of photography, Ellison’s work goes beyond a fetishism or repudiation of wealthy habits, in favour of something more ambivalent and uncomfortable.   
Living Trust, the first monograph by American artist Buck Ellison. LA-based Ellison’s work broadly investigates the language of privilege through meticulously researched images, often executed through staged settings and performative interventions into the visual language of photography. Many images in Living Trust use a recipe of carefully constructed scenarios to[…]
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Living Trust, the first monograph by American artist Buck Ellison. LA-based Ellison’s work broadly investigates the language of privilege through meticulously researched images, often executed through staged settings and performative interventions into the visual language of photography. Many images in Living Trust use a recipe of carefully constructed scenarios to question how photography perpetuates these distinctions. In this breaking down of boundaries between different rules of photography, Ellison’s work goes beyond a fetishism or repudiation of wealthy habits, in favour of something more ambivalent and uncomfortable.   
Living Trust, the first monograph by American artist Buck Ellison. LA-based Ellison’s work broadly investigates the language of privilege through meticulously researched images, often executed through staged settings and performative interventions into the visual language of photography. Many images in Living Trust use a recipe of carefully constructed scenarios to[…]
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Living Trust, the first monograph by American artist Buck Ellison. LA-based Ellison’s work broadly investigates the language of privilege through meticulously researched images, often executed through staged settings and performative interventions into the visual language of photography. Many images in Living Trust use a recipe of carefully constructed scenarios to question how photography perpetuates these distinctions. In this breaking down of boundaries between different rules of photography, Ellison’s work goes beyond a fetishism or repudiation of wealthy habits, in favour of something more ambivalent and uncomfortable.   
Living Trust, the first monograph by American artist Buck Ellison. LA-based Ellison’s work broadly investigates the language of privilege through meticulously researched images, often executed through staged settings and performative interventions into the visual language of photography. Many images in Living Trust use a recipe of carefully constructed scenarios to[…]
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Highly coveted spring summer 2000 Prada Collection catalogue. Photographed by Robert Wyatt 
Highly coveted spring summer 2000 Prada Collection catalogue. Photographed by Robert Wyatt 
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Highly coveted spring summer 2000 Prada Collection catalogue. Photographed by Robert Wyatt 
Highly coveted spring summer 2000 Prada Collection catalogue. Photographed by Robert Wyatt 
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Highly coveted spring summer 2000 Prada Collection catalogue. Photographed by Robert Wyatt 
Highly coveted spring summer 2000 Prada Collection catalogue. Photographed by Robert Wyatt 
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Highly coveted spring summer 2000 Prada Collection catalogue. Photographed by Robert Wyatt 
Highly coveted spring summer 2000 Prada Collection catalogue. Photographed by Robert Wyatt 
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This first full-scale monograph on the artist covers his career from 1979 to the present. Accompanying more than 120 color plates of Salle's work is a unique combination of biography and catalog. Salle's own experience as well as the atmosphere of the times are revealed as a coming-of-age novel in pictures, establishing connections and affinities in the artist's work to contemporary culture as well as to an art historical context. Edited by David Whitney, text by Lisa Liebmann, designed and directed by Richard Pandiscio. 
This first full-scale monograph on the artist covers his career from 1979 to the present. Accompanying more than 120 color plates of Salle's work is a unique combination of biography and catalog. Salle's own experience as well as the atmosphere of the times are revealed as a coming-of-age novel in[…]
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This first full-scale monograph on the artist covers his career from 1979 to the present. Accompanying more than 120 color plates of Salle's work is a unique combination of biography and catalog. Salle's own experience as well as the atmosphere of the times are revealed as a coming-of-age novel in pictures, establishing connections and affinities in the artist's work to contemporary culture as well as to an art historical context. Edited by David Whitney, text by Lisa Liebmann, designed and directed by Richard Pandiscio. 
This first full-scale monograph on the artist covers his career from 1979 to the present. Accompanying more than 120 color plates of Salle's work is a unique combination of biography and catalog. Salle's own experience as well as the atmosphere of the times are revealed as a coming-of-age novel in[…]
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This first full-scale monograph on the artist covers his career from 1979 to the present. Accompanying more than 120 color plates of Salle's work is a unique combination of biography and catalog. Salle's own experience as well as the atmosphere of the times are revealed as a coming-of-age novel in pictures, establishing connections and affinities in the artist's work to contemporary culture as well as to an art historical context. Edited by David Whitney, text by Lisa Liebmann, designed and directed by Richard Pandiscio. 
This first full-scale monograph on the artist covers his career from 1979 to the present. Accompanying more than 120 color plates of Salle's work is a unique combination of biography and catalog. Salle's own experience as well as the atmosphere of the times are revealed as a coming-of-age novel in[…]
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This first full-scale monograph on the artist covers his career from 1979 to the present. Accompanying more than 120 color plates of Salle's work is a unique combination of biography and catalog. Salle's own experience as well as the atmosphere of the times are revealed as a coming-of-age novel in pictures, establishing connections and affinities in the artist's work to contemporary culture as well as to an art historical context. Edited by David Whitney, text by Lisa Liebmann, designed and directed by Richard Pandiscio. 
This first full-scale monograph on the artist covers his career from 1979 to the present. Accompanying more than 120 color plates of Salle's work is a unique combination of biography and catalog. Salle's own experience as well as the atmosphere of the times are revealed as a coming-of-age novel in[…]
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Bunny Book is a new catalogue surveying Lucas’s ongoing, and now iconic, sculptural Bunny series, begun in 1997 – co-published by Walther König and Sadie Coles HQ. Spanning Lucas’s three-decade career, this richly illustrated catalogue brings together seminal works in the series first shown at the gallery in 1997, charting their evolution through the addition of colour, plinths and cast bronze, concrete and metal; and crucially, their increasingly robust and dynamic postures that assertively claim their space with individualistic style.
Bunny Book is a new catalogue surveying Lucas’s ongoing, and now iconic, sculptural Bunny series, begun in 1997 – co-published by Walther König and Sadie Coles HQ. Spanning Lucas’s three-decade career, this richly illustrated catalogue brings together seminal works in the series first shown at the gallery in 1997, charting[…]
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Bunny Book is a new catalogue surveying Lucas’s ongoing, and now iconic, sculptural Bunny series, begun in 1997 – co-published by Walther König and Sadie Coles HQ. Spanning Lucas’s three-decade career, this richly illustrated catalogue brings together seminal works in the series first shown at the gallery in 1997, charting their evolution through the addition of colour, plinths and cast bronze, concrete and metal; and crucially, their increasingly robust and dynamic postures that assertively claim their space with individualistic style.
Bunny Book is a new catalogue surveying Lucas’s ongoing, and now iconic, sculptural Bunny series, begun in 1997 – co-published by Walther König and Sadie Coles HQ. Spanning Lucas’s three-decade career, this richly illustrated catalogue brings together seminal works in the series first shown at the gallery in 1997, charting[…]
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Bunny Book is a new catalogue surveying Lucas’s ongoing, and now iconic, sculptural Bunny series, begun in 1997 – co-published by Walther König and Sadie Coles HQ. Spanning Lucas’s three-decade career, this richly illustrated catalogue brings together seminal works in the series first shown at the gallery in 1997, charting their evolution through the addition of colour, plinths and cast bronze, concrete and metal; and crucially, their increasingly robust and dynamic postures that assertively claim their space with individualistic style.
Bunny Book is a new catalogue surveying Lucas’s ongoing, and now iconic, sculptural Bunny series, begun in 1997 – co-published by Walther König and Sadie Coles HQ. Spanning Lucas’s three-decade career, this richly illustrated catalogue brings together seminal works in the series first shown at the gallery in 1997, charting[…]
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An exclusive collection of 4 volumes edited by Antonio Menchen, which bring together a series of publications presenting a collection of images by different photographers. In each volume, Menchen invites colleagues who are familiar with the collection and its working process to reflect on the images, their forms, and the echoes between them. Printed only 100 copies.
An exclusive collection of 4 volumes edited by Antonio Menchen, which bring together a series of publications presenting a collection of images by different photographers. In each volume, Menchen invites colleagues who are familiar with the collection and its working process to reflect on the images, their forms, and the[…]
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An exclusive collection of 4 volumes edited by Antonio Menchen, which bring together a series of publications presenting a collection of images by different photographers. In each volume, Menchen invites colleagues who are familiar with the collection and its working process to reflect on the images, their forms, and the echoes between them. Printed only 100 copies.
An exclusive collection of 4 volumes edited by Antonio Menchen, which bring together a series of publications presenting a collection of images by different photographers. In each volume, Menchen invites colleagues who are familiar with the collection and its working process to reflect on the images, their forms, and the[…]
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An exclusive collection of 4 volumes edited by Antonio Menchen, which bring together a series of publications presenting a collection of images by different photographers. In each volume, Menchen invites colleagues who are familiar with the collection and its working process to reflect on the images, their forms, and the echoes between them. Printed only 100 copies.
An exclusive collection of 4 volumes edited by Antonio Menchen, which bring together a series of publications presenting a collection of images by different photographers. In each volume, Menchen invites colleagues who are familiar with the collection and its working process to reflect on the images, their forms, and the[…]
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An exclusive collection of 4 volumes edited by Antonio Menchen, which bring together a series of publications presenting a collection of images by different photographers. In each volume, Menchen invites colleagues who are familiar with the collection and its working process to reflect on the images, their forms, and the echoes between them. Printed only 100 copies.
An exclusive collection of 4 volumes edited by Antonio Menchen, which bring together a series of publications presenting a collection of images by different photographers. In each volume, Menchen invites colleagues who are familiar with the collection and its working process to reflect on the images, their forms, and the[…]
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Under the guidance of Roland Schenk, art-director of Management Today, Griffin incorporated a sense of theatre into his work, and was to have a large influence on the visual language of commercial photography. Copyright comprises a number of photographs that had been produced for Management Today and other clients, including one made during a session for the album cover of Devo's Be Stiff. Photography project black & white. Limited edition of 500 copies. Copy signed by the artist. 
Under the guidance of Roland Schenk, art-director of Management Today, Griffin incorporated a sense of theatre into his work, and was to have a large influence on the visual language of commercial photography. Copyright comprises a number of photographs that had been produced for Management Today and other clients, including[…]
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Under the guidance of Roland Schenk, art-director of Management Today, Griffin incorporated a sense of theatre into his work, and was to have a large influence on the visual language of commercial photography. Copyright comprises a number of photographs that had been produced for Management Today and other clients, including one made during a session for the album cover of Devo's Be Stiff. Photography project black & white. Limited edition of 500 copies. Copy signed by the artist. 
Under the guidance of Roland Schenk, art-director of Management Today, Griffin incorporated a sense of theatre into his work, and was to have a large influence on the visual language of commercial photography. Copyright comprises a number of photographs that had been produced for Management Today and other clients, including[…]
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Between 1980 and 1990, over five hundred of photographer Amy Arbus's impromptu and edgy portraits of New Yorkers appeared in the Village Voice's monthly fashion feature, "On the Street." The column's missive was to document the city's most adventurous trendsetters as they lived their lives. But Arbus's photographs tell much more than a style story. Taken as a whole, they reflect an era of contradictions, a time in America when urban individualism and raw creativity were courageously fighting for breathing room and holding their own in a culture ruled by wealthy conservatism and Republican politics.
Between 1980 and 1990, over five hundred of photographer Amy Arbus's impromptu and edgy portraits of New Yorkers appeared in the Village Voice's monthly fashion feature, "On the Street." The column's missive was to document the city's most adventurous trendsetters as they lived their lives. But Arbus's photographs tell much more[…]
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Between 1980 and 1990, over five hundred of photographer Amy Arbus's impromptu and edgy portraits of New Yorkers appeared in the Village Voice's monthly fashion feature, "On the Street." The column's missive was to document the city's most adventurous trendsetters as they lived their lives. But Arbus's photographs tell much more than a style story. Taken as a whole, they reflect an era of contradictions, a time in America when urban individualism and raw creativity were courageously fighting for breathing room and holding their own in a culture ruled by wealthy conservatism and Republican politics.
Between 1980 and 1990, over five hundred of photographer Amy Arbus's impromptu and edgy portraits of New Yorkers appeared in the Village Voice's monthly fashion feature, "On the Street." The column's missive was to document the city's most adventurous trendsetters as they lived their lives. But Arbus's photographs tell much more[…]
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Between 1980 and 1990, over five hundred of photographer Amy Arbus's impromptu and edgy portraits of New Yorkers appeared in the Village Voice's monthly fashion feature, "On the Street." The column's missive was to document the city's most adventurous trendsetters as they lived their lives. But Arbus's photographs tell much more than a style story. Taken as a whole, they reflect an era of contradictions, a time in America when urban individualism and raw creativity were courageously fighting for breathing room and holding their own in a culture ruled by wealthy conservatism and Republican politics.
Between 1980 and 1990, over five hundred of photographer Amy Arbus's impromptu and edgy portraits of New Yorkers appeared in the Village Voice's monthly fashion feature, "On the Street." The column's missive was to document the city's most adventurous trendsetters as they lived their lives. But Arbus's photographs tell much more[…]
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For its first exhibition dedicated to contemporary fashion, the Musée Galliera gave six European designers carte blanche to present their sources of inspiration and showcase their world. Designers: Jean-Paul Gaultier, Romeo Gigli, Vivienne Westwood, Sybilla, Martin Margiela, Jean-Charles De Castelbajac. 
For its first exhibition dedicated to contemporary fashion, the Musée Galliera gave six European designers carte blanche to present their sources of inspiration and showcase their world. Designers: Jean-Paul Gaultier, Romeo Gigli, Vivienne Westwood, Sybilla, Martin Margiela, Jean-Charles De Castelbajac. 
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For its first exhibition dedicated to contemporary fashion, the Musée Galliera gave six European designers carte blanche to present their sources of inspiration and showcase their world. Designers: Jean-Paul Gaultier, Romeo Gigli, Vivienne Westwood, Sybilla, Martin Margiela, Jean-Charles De Castelbajac. 
For its first exhibition dedicated to contemporary fashion, the Musée Galliera gave six European designers carte blanche to present their sources of inspiration and showcase their world. Designers: Jean-Paul Gaultier, Romeo Gigli, Vivienne Westwood, Sybilla, Martin Margiela, Jean-Charles De Castelbajac. 
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Guido Palau pioneered the radical unstructured styles made famous by his subjects (the likes of Kate Moss and Stella Tennant) reacting against slick salon styles, to enhance, rather than hide, people's idiosyncrasies. He presents 100 classics shot by fashion photographers David Sims, Steven Klein and Paul Wetherell. Photographers: Steven Klein, David Sims, Paul Wetherell. Produced by Debbie Walters. Art direction by Peter Saville, design by Paul Hetherington. 
Guido Palau pioneered the radical unstructured styles made famous by his subjects (the likes of Kate Moss and Stella Tennant) reacting against slick salon styles, to enhance, rather than hide, people's idiosyncrasies. He presents 100 classics shot by fashion photographers David Sims, Steven Klein and Paul Wetherell. Photographers: Steven Klein,[…]
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Guido Palau pioneered the radical unstructured styles made famous by his subjects (the likes of Kate Moss and Stella Tennant) reacting against slick salon styles, to enhance, rather than hide, people's idiosyncrasies. He presents 100 classics shot by fashion photographers David Sims, Steven Klein and Paul Wetherell. Photographers: Steven Klein, David Sims, Paul Wetherell. Produced by Debbie Walters. Art direction by Peter Saville, design by Paul Hetherington. 
Guido Palau pioneered the radical unstructured styles made famous by his subjects (the likes of Kate Moss and Stella Tennant) reacting against slick salon styles, to enhance, rather than hide, people's idiosyncrasies. He presents 100 classics shot by fashion photographers David Sims, Steven Klein and Paul Wetherell. Photographers: Steven Klein,[…]
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Guido Palau pioneered the radical unstructured styles made famous by his subjects (the likes of Kate Moss and Stella Tennant) reacting against slick salon styles, to enhance, rather than hide, people's idiosyncrasies. He presents 100 classics shot by fashion photographers David Sims, Steven Klein and Paul Wetherell. Photographers: Steven Klein, David Sims, Paul Wetherell. Produced by Debbie Walters. Art direction by Peter Saville, design by Paul Hetherington. 
Guido Palau pioneered the radical unstructured styles made famous by his subjects (the likes of Kate Moss and Stella Tennant) reacting against slick salon styles, to enhance, rather than hide, people's idiosyncrasies. He presents 100 classics shot by fashion photographers David Sims, Steven Klein and Paul Wetherell. Photographers: Steven Klein,[…]
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Guido Palau pioneered the radical unstructured styles made famous by his subjects (the likes of Kate Moss and Stella Tennant) reacting against slick salon styles, to enhance, rather than hide, people's idiosyncrasies. He presents 100 classics shot by fashion photographers David Sims, Steven Klein and Paul Wetherell. Photographers: Steven Klein, David Sims, Paul Wetherell. Produced by Debbie Walters. Art direction by Peter Saville, design by Paul Hetherington. 
Guido Palau pioneered the radical unstructured styles made famous by his subjects (the likes of Kate Moss and Stella Tennant) reacting against slick salon styles, to enhance, rather than hide, people's idiosyncrasies. He presents 100 classics shot by fashion photographers David Sims, Steven Klein and Paul Wetherell. Photographers: Steven Klein,[…]
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Reportage: défilé de Mode Martin Margiela, September 1989 photographed by Jean-Claude Coutausse / Divergence. Défilé de mode du couturier Martin Margiela dans un squat du nord de Paris, France. Mots clés : squatteur, 1990, mode, enfants, Margiela, Immigres, noirs, manequin. First Edition.
Reportage: défilé de Mode Martin Margiela, September 1989 photographed by Jean-Claude Coutausse / Divergence. Défilé de mode du couturier Martin Margiela dans un squat du nord de Paris, France. Mots clés : squatteur, 1990, mode, enfants, Margiela, Immigres, noirs, manequin. First Edition.
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Reportage: défilé de Mode Martin Margiela, September 1989 photographed by Jean-Claude Coutausse / Divergence. Défilé de mode du couturier Martin Margiela dans un squat du nord de Paris, France. Mots clés : squatteur, 1990, mode, enfants, Margiela, Immigres, noirs, manequin. First Edition.
Reportage: défilé de Mode Martin Margiela, September 1989 photographed by Jean-Claude Coutausse / Divergence. Défilé de mode du couturier Martin Margiela dans un squat du nord de Paris, France. Mots clés : squatteur, 1990, mode, enfants, Margiela, Immigres, noirs, manequin. First Edition.
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The special edition of Encens Monographie for Maison Martin Margiela.Photographes invités Valérie Archeno, Marina Faust, Pour l'abréviation Ph. SWD: photographie et style Sybille Walter et Samuel Drira. Modèles: Reine Graves, Andreas Carrere (Success), Paolo Ferreira, Aeone Graves. Mise en beauté Bambee (Labo Management), Coiffure Paolo Ferreira (Callisté), Assistante styliste Léa Dickely. 
The special edition of Encens Monographie for Maison Martin Margiela.Photographes invités Valérie Archeno, Marina Faust, Pour l'abréviation Ph. SWD: photographie et style Sybille Walter et Samuel Drira. Modèles: Reine Graves, Andreas Carrere (Success), Paolo Ferreira, Aeone Graves. Mise en beauté Bambee (Labo Management), Coiffure Paolo Ferreira (Callisté), Assistante styliste Léa[…]
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The special edition of Encens Monographie for Maison Martin Margiela.Photographes invités Valérie Archeno, Marina Faust, Pour l'abréviation Ph. SWD: photographie et style Sybille Walter et Samuel Drira. Modèles: Reine Graves, Andreas Carrere (Success), Paolo Ferreira, Aeone Graves. Mise en beauté Bambee (Labo Management), Coiffure Paolo Ferreira (Callisté), Assistante styliste Léa Dickely. 
The special edition of Encens Monographie for Maison Martin Margiela.Photographes invités Valérie Archeno, Marina Faust, Pour l'abréviation Ph. SWD: photographie et style Sybille Walter et Samuel Drira. Modèles: Reine Graves, Andreas Carrere (Success), Paolo Ferreira, Aeone Graves. Mise en beauté Bambee (Labo Management), Coiffure Paolo Ferreira (Callisté), Assistante styliste Léa[…]
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The special edition of Encens Monographie for Maison Martin Margiela.Photographes invités Valérie Archeno, Marina Faust, Pour l'abréviation Ph. SWD: photographie et style Sybille Walter et Samuel Drira. Modèles: Reine Graves, Andreas Carrere (Success), Paolo Ferreira, Aeone Graves. Mise en beauté Bambee (Labo Management), Coiffure Paolo Ferreira (Callisté), Assistante styliste Léa Dickely. 
The special edition of Encens Monographie for Maison Martin Margiela.Photographes invités Valérie Archeno, Marina Faust, Pour l'abréviation Ph. SWD: photographie et style Sybille Walter et Samuel Drira. Modèles: Reine Graves, Andreas Carrere (Success), Paolo Ferreira, Aeone Graves. Mise en beauté Bambee (Labo Management), Coiffure Paolo Ferreira (Callisté), Assistante styliste Léa[…]
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This photographic project, entirely composed by the artist in 1980 with full page sequences of images and no text, led to the discovery of Pfeiffer's work in Polaroid which the public turned into a sort of underground icon.
This photographic project, entirely composed by the artist in 1980 with full page sequences of images and no text, led to the discovery of Pfeiffer's work in Polaroid which the public turned into a sort of underground icon.
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This photographic project, entirely composed by the artist in 1980 with full page sequences of images and no text, led to the discovery of Pfeiffer's work in Polaroid which the public turned into a sort of underground icon.
This photographic project, entirely composed by the artist in 1980 with full page sequences of images and no text, led to the discovery of Pfeiffer's work in Polaroid which the public turned into a sort of underground icon.
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This photographic project, entirely composed by the artist in 1980 with full page sequences of images and no text, led to the discovery of Pfeiffer's work in Polaroid which the public turned into a sort of underground icon.
This photographic project, entirely composed by the artist in 1980 with full page sequences of images and no text, led to the discovery of Pfeiffer's work in Polaroid which the public turned into a sort of underground icon.
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Part of the generation of photographers that included Juergen Teller and Terry Richardson, Marcelo Krasilcic moved from Sao Paulo to New York in 1990 to study art and photography, and quickly became known for his spare, iconic and sweetly erotic photographs of liberated youth, artists, designers, musicians and otherwise beautiful and creative personalities. Krasilcic captured the style of the 90s in situ, outside of the studio, and his photographs of people like Maurizio Cattelan, everything but the girl and Chloe Sevigny were immediately absorbed by the most influential magazines of the era, including Purple, Dazed & Confused, Self-Service and Visionaire to name a few. At more than 300 pages, this oversize, slipcased, clothbound, two-volume publication features only the work for which Krasilcic first became known: his era-defining photographs from the 1990s.
Part of the generation of photographers that included Juergen Teller and Terry Richardson, Marcelo Krasilcic moved from Sao Paulo to New York in 1990 to study art and photography, and quickly became known for his spare, iconic and sweetly erotic photographs of liberated youth, artists, designers, musicians and otherwise beautiful[…]
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Part of the generation of photographers that included Juergen Teller and Terry Richardson, Marcelo Krasilcic moved from Sao Paulo to New York in 1990 to study art and photography, and quickly became known for his spare, iconic and sweetly erotic photographs of liberated youth, artists, designers, musicians and otherwise beautiful and creative personalities. Krasilcic captured the style of the 90s in situ, outside of the studio, and his photographs of people like Maurizio Cattelan, everything but the girl and Chloe Sevigny were immediately absorbed by the most influential magazines of the era, including Purple, Dazed & Confused, Self-Service and Visionaire to name a few. At more than 300 pages, this oversize, slipcased, clothbound, two-volume publication features only the work for which Krasilcic first became known: his era-defining photographs from the 1990s.
Part of the generation of photographers that included Juergen Teller and Terry Richardson, Marcelo Krasilcic moved from Sao Paulo to New York in 1990 to study art and photography, and quickly became known for his spare, iconic and sweetly erotic photographs of liberated youth, artists, designers, musicians and otherwise beautiful[…]
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Catalogue of the exhibition The Fourth Sex curated by Raf Simons and Francesco Bonami. Iconographic materials beginning in the 1960s, moving to the present revealing clothes, behavioural patterns, and visual artworks created or inspired by the transnational tribe that are teenagers. Artists include Vanessa Beecroft, Raymond Pettibon, Mike Kelley, Elizabeth Peyton, Karen Kilimnik, Charles Ray, Takashi Murakami, Larry Clark, Rineke Dijkstra, Paul McCarthy, Richard Prince, Gilbert & George, Gavin Turk, and Richard Billingham.
Catalogue of the exhibition The Fourth Sex curated by Raf Simons and Francesco Bonami. Iconographic materials beginning in the 1960s, moving to the present revealing clothes, behavioural patterns, and visual artworks created or inspired by the transnational tribe that are teenagers. Artists include Vanessa Beecroft, Raymond Pettibon, Mike Kelley, Elizabeth Peyton,[…]
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Catalogue of the exhibition The Fourth Sex curated by Raf Simons and Francesco Bonami. Iconographic materials beginning in the 1960s, moving to the present revealing clothes, behavioural patterns, and visual artworks created or inspired by the transnational tribe that are teenagers. Artists include Vanessa Beecroft, Raymond Pettibon, Mike Kelley, Elizabeth Peyton, Karen Kilimnik, Charles Ray, Takashi Murakami, Larry Clark, Rineke Dijkstra, Paul McCarthy, Richard Prince, Gilbert & George, Gavin Turk, and Richard Billingham.
Catalogue of the exhibition The Fourth Sex curated by Raf Simons and Francesco Bonami. Iconographic materials beginning in the 1960s, moving to the present revealing clothes, behavioural patterns, and visual artworks created or inspired by the transnational tribe that are teenagers. Artists include Vanessa Beecroft, Raymond Pettibon, Mike Kelley, Elizabeth Peyton,[…]
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Catalogue of the exhibition The Fourth Sex curated by Raf Simons and Francesco Bonami. Iconographic materials beginning in the 1960s, moving to the present revealing clothes, behavioural patterns, and visual artworks created or inspired by the transnational tribe that are teenagers. Artists include Vanessa Beecroft, Raymond Pettibon, Mike Kelley, Elizabeth Peyton, Karen Kilimnik, Charles Ray, Takashi Murakami, Larry Clark, Rineke Dijkstra, Paul McCarthy, Richard Prince, Gilbert & George, Gavin Turk, and Richard Billingham.
Catalogue of the exhibition The Fourth Sex curated by Raf Simons and Francesco Bonami. Iconographic materials beginning in the 1960s, moving to the present revealing clothes, behavioural patterns, and visual artworks created or inspired by the transnational tribe that are teenagers. Artists include Vanessa Beecroft, Raymond Pettibon, Mike Kelley, Elizabeth Peyton,[…]
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Catalogue of the exhibition The Fourth Sex curated by Raf Simons and Francesco Bonami. Iconographic materials beginning in the 1960s, moving to the present revealing clothes, behavioural patterns, and visual artworks created or inspired by the transnational tribe that are teenagers. Artists include Vanessa Beecroft, Raymond Pettibon, Mike Kelley, Elizabeth Peyton, Karen Kilimnik, Charles Ray, Takashi Murakami, Larry Clark, Rineke Dijkstra, Paul McCarthy, Richard Prince, Gilbert & George, Gavin Turk, and Richard Billingham.
Catalogue of the exhibition The Fourth Sex curated by Raf Simons and Francesco Bonami. Iconographic materials beginning in the 1960s, moving to the present revealing clothes, behavioural patterns, and visual artworks created or inspired by the transnational tribe that are teenagers. Artists include Vanessa Beecroft, Raymond Pettibon, Mike Kelley, Elizabeth Peyton,[…]