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Images of the century (TASCHEN's 25th anniversary special edition) The
history of photography began some 150 years ago, but only relatively
recently has it been fully recognised as a medium in its own right.
Cologne's Museum Ludwig was the first museum of contemporary art to
devote a substantial section to international photography.
Cologne's Museum Ludwig was the first museum of contemporary art to
devote a substantial section to international photography. Drawn from
the L Fritz Gruber collection, which constitutes the core of the
museum's holdings, this title provides insight into the collection's
rich diversity; from conceptual art to abstraction to reportage.
A compendium of clothing advertisements from the decade that brought us
hoop skirts, sweater sets, cuff jeans, cat's eye glasses, and the
classic James Dean jeans-and-T-shirt look.
Her beauty has proved timeless—should we be surprised? Equally graceful
whether moving or standing still, blessed with a balletic poise,
luminous dark eyes, and an exquisite profile a queen might envy, Audrey
Hepburn would no doubt have become famous in her youth even of the
movies hadn’t found her—simply because no self-respecting camera could
Ingrid Bergman was more than the luminous image of healthy sensuality
that intoxicated audiences worldwide during and immediately after World
War II in movies like "Casablanca", "Gaslight", "Spellbound" and
"Notorious". In later life, she found continued film success with
"Anastasia", "The Inn of the Sixth Happiness", "Indiscreet", and
The birth of the blockbuster: The prodigies of the 1970s revolutionize
cinema The 1970s: that magical era betwixt the swinging 60s and the
decadent 80s, the epoch of leisure suits and Afros, the age of disco
music and platform shoes. As war raged on in Vietnam and the cold war
continued to escalate, Hollywood began to heat up, recovering from its
commercial crisis with box-office successes such as Star Wars, Jaws,
Step right up and get your fill of 80s nostalgia, with the movie bible
to end all movie bibles. We've diligently compiled a list of 140 of the
most influential movies of the 1980s that's sure to please popcorn
gobblers and highbrow chin-strokers, alike. The 80s was a time for
adventurers, an era of excess, pomp, and bravado.
Humphrey Bogart is a legend and an icon whose magic has not dissipated
with time. The wounded tough guy image Bogart molded over the decades
of his career still resonates. There is a truth to this image;
audiences sense that the world-weariness, the angst, and the
vulnerability, which made him an icon of noir as well, were rooted
somehow in reality.
A visual biography of Marlon Brando, this title is part of a series of
photo books that feature the most famous movie icons in the history of
cinema. It features portraits, posters and lobby cards, film stills,
and photos showing the stars as they really are.
In the 1970s Bruce Lee emerged as the world's greatest fighting star -
an accolade he has kept ever since. He battled to succeed in America in
spite of the racial prejudice that denied him a starring role,
eventually making films in Hong Kong that turned him into a star - the
highest-paid movie star of his day. His controversial death, at the age
of thirty-two when he was at the height of his powers, has given him a
James-Dean style enduring appeal.In Bruce Lee - Fighting Spirit , Bruce
Thomas has written a complete account not only of Lee's life and death,
but of the fighting philosophy he developed (jeet kune do) which made
him the greatest exponent of martial arts in modern times.
Charles Chaplin’s Little Tramp is the supreme icon of motion pictures —
still recognized and loved throughout the world, more than 90 years
since he first burst on the screen. The shabby little figure — with
derby hat, too-tight jacket, oversized boots and pants, dandified bow
tie, and swagger cane — seemed to symbolize the hopes and fears,
defeats and optimism of all humanity.
Marlene Dietrich once said, "I am not a myth." But by referencing the
term, Dietrich only reinforces the fact more emphatically. For, using
almost any common dictionary definition of that word, Dietrich is a
myth. Her image was fashioned by director Josef von Sternberg in films
like The Blue Angel,
"I was one of the people who took the hero further away from the white
hat. In A Fistful of Dollars, you didn’t know who was the hero till a
quarter of the way through the film, and then you weren’t sure; you
figured he was the protagonist, but only because everybody else was
crappier than he was.
Who's who and what's hot (TASCHEN's 25th anniversary special edition)
Fashion Now is the first comprehensive anthology of contemporary
fashion. Compiled by the style-savvy staff of the seminal monthly i-D,
Fashion Now profiles the work of the 150 most important designers
around the globe, focusing on not only the biggest names but also the
most exciting up-and-coming talent.
Fashion designers in the spotlight... Compiled by the style-savvy
staff of the seminal monthly i-D, Fashion Now highlights the work of
over 90 designers around the globe, focusing on not only the biggest
names but also the most exciting new talent.
The iconic British style magazine i-D once again brings you a guide to
the world’s most important designers. From the biggest players in the
international fashion industry including Karl Lagerfeld, John Galliano,
and Marc Jacobs, to emerging names such as Kim Jones and Tess Giberson,
to streetwear and sportswear brands A Bathing Ape, Nike, Diesel and
Silas, Fashion Now II is a comprehensive survey of today’s best
He's the most self-invented man in movies, this side of Charlie
Chaplin. Like Chaplin, Cary Grant grew up poor, trained as an acrobat,
and brims with confidence, romance, and a spirit of merry larceny - he
just has a better tailor. His impeccable timing and light, cat
burglar's touch at stealing women's hearts were perfect for the jaunty
heroics and romantic farce of such classic films as "An Affair to
Jean Renoir (1894-1979) was, like his father Auguste, a virtuoso in his
field. From early films such as "La Fille de l'Eau" and "La Chienne"
through later masterpieces like "Rules of the Game" and "The Grand
Illusion" (widely considered to be two of the greatest films ever
made), Renoir forged a reputation as France's most important filmmaker.
Jeans, the most popular and versatile items in wardrobes across the
world, take center stage in this collection of original designs that
are up-to-the-minute cool, sexy, and uniquely stylish. Jeans Style
features over 28 fabulous ways to create cutting edge style by applying
a wide range of decorative embellishments to seams, pockets,
waistbands, and cuffs on pairs of jeans
From birth, Katharine Hepburn seemed destined to become a symbol of the
modern woman on stage, on screen, and in the world. Fiercely
competitive, private, and independent, Hepburn was one part Olympic
athlete Babe Didrikson, one part Amelia Earhart, and two parts Greta
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