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  • ISBN 1849760691
  • ISBN13 978-1849760690
  • Language English
  • Author William Klein
  • Publisher Tate Publishing (2012)
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William ABC

William Klein’s caption from the book NEW YORK 1954-55: Down a few steps, the ice (and coal) man’s cellar. That evening, the 5 gallons would have been delivered to Vertey Studios, period

William Klein’s caption from the book NEW YORK 1954-55: Down a few steps, the ice (and coal) man’s cellar. That evening, the 5 gallons would have been delivered to Vertey Studios, period.

December 11, 2019 ·. Manifs de lycéens, grandes grèves de 1995. Painted contact, circa 2001. High school demonstrations, great strikes of 1995. Painted Contact, circa 2001 Caption from the book PARIS + KLEIN ) "we are priority over the money o. . Caption from the book PARIS + KLEIN. Painted Contact, circa 2001 Caption from the book PARIS + KLEIN ) "we are priority over the money of war". girls totally wild, have twice as much fishing as boys.

A new comprehensive book published on Klein. If you want to learn more about the work of Klein, this book has it all.

William Klein: ABC (2012). A new comprehensive book published on Klein.

Showing 30 distinct works. ABC by. William Klein, David Campany (Contributor). Paris + Klein by. William Klein.

William Klein (born April 19, 1928) is an American-born French photographer and filmmaker noted for his ironic approach to both media and his extensive use of unusual photographic techniques in the context of photojournalism and fashion photography. He was ranked 25th on Professional Photographer's list of 100 most influential photographers. Klein trained as a painter, studying under Fernand Léger, and found early success with exhibitions of his work.

Широко распространенным является утверждение, что фотографию как искусство в ХХ веке формировали в основном глянцевые журналы, по крайней мере ее техническую сторону, - редакции журналов, производители одежды и парфюмерии традиционно н.

Широко распространенным является утверждение, что фотографию как искусство в ХХ веке формировали в основном глянцевые журналы, по крайней мере ее техническую сторону, - редакции журналов, производители одежды и парфюмерии традиционно не скупятся на оплату зачастую рискованных экспериментов,.

The social documentary tendencies of William Klein’s oeuvre find their roots in his hometown of New York City. Though he began as a painter working in Paris and Milan, Klein was enticed back to the . by photography and immediately began working for Vogue. Though working for Vogue primarily to fund projects such as photo books and his now cult-films (like Who Are You Polly Maggoo), Klein became a renowned and revolutionary photographer both in fashion and elsewhere. He is best known for his garish and controversial images; grainy, high-contrast, and always via wide-angle lens.

Books : William Klein ABC (Hardcover). Traditional photography books put me to sleep - They were untouchable, academic and boring. For me, design, graphics and layout were almost as important as the photographs themselves

Books : William Klein ABC (Hardcover). For me, design, graphics and layout were almost as important as the photographs themselves. And that's why I did everything I could to create a new kind of visual book". William Klein, 1954/5 Born in New York in 1929, painter, photographer, film-maker and graphic artist William Klein is often cited as a tour de force of street photography; however, his influence is far more extensive than that.

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LONUDOG
William Klein's books have been mostly published in Europe, and in the US prices of used copies have become prohibitive for all but deep-pocketed collectors, typically topping $200 for a copy in good or better condition. So it was with some real anticipation that I ordered "ABC" when it become available a few months ago. And it is with some real regret that I have to judge this book a serious disappointment, and don't believe it serves well as a retrospective of a 60 year career. The reproduction is very good, as is the binding, paper, jacket, and all other superficial physical features by whichI usually judge a photo or art book. I know I will raise a few hackles saying so, but the use of double-spreads for nearly all of the large "straight" photographs (not collaged, painted, or otherwise changed) is more than a distraction. I find double spreads ruin viewing a photograph, anyone's photograph (though I realize Klein himself has often chosen this layout, to a lesser degree, in earlier books). It interrupts what should be a continuous, flowing experience just as much as splitting a single piece of music into two tracks (or onto two 'sides,' if you remember that). The gutter, and the curvature of the open book distort and obfuscate the essential image. Klein and his publishers could have made a number of other choices that would have avoided what really is a small disaster, and we would have had a more substantial, more pleasing book for the same or lower production cost. For me, this is non-negotiable, especially in a book that purports to be a summary and review, so I will have to keep hope alive that I will someday find an affordable used copy of the '54-'55 book, or wait for Klein (or his estate) to issue a more proper "collected works." The spreads may not bother you as much, but I'd be surprised to find anyone defend their use here, to the extent used here, as adding rather than taking away from viewing the photographs. If you are not familiar with Klein's work, you would be better served to find a library copy of "Life is Good/'54-'55" or the "Rome, " Tokyo," or "Moscow" books and study that (or buy them, if you can afford it). "ABC" does précis his entire ouevre fairly well, and the painted contacts are a delight here, and of course the quality of production is excellent overall and in every particular (except: the all-cap helvetica essay is hard to read, more so since it is printed so lightly). But the double-spreads, eek! And so many missing Klein-gems. Klein famously reduced a great photographer's life to about two seconds: 200 or fewer images taken at an average of 125th/second. But where are they? I'd gladly pay $75 (more than twice what Amazon charges for "ABC") for a more direct, inclusive scan of William Klein's work. If you have been waiting years for this book, I think you may be as disappointed with it as I am. Sorry, I really am.
Gerceytone
Very interesting retrospective and format. I liked both the street and fashion shots. I was skeptical about the collages but in the end felt they added to the book. I saw a while ago an interview with Klein and this put all in perspective
Blackredeemer
Rude, crude with plenty of 'tude...and yet an empathetic eye--that's what I like about Klein. I don't have the same issues with the layout as some other reviewers--I think it is well designed and printed, and printing photos across the gutter is a trade-off that I accept in books that want to show you larger images.
Gavigamand
Love William Klein, I enjoyed this book because it's one of the books William Klein put together himself. The only thing is the books is farily small in size, not a big coffee table book but non the less very beautiful and amazing photos.
Jieylau
Fantastic survey of Klein's work with a great introductory essay. At $10, this is a no-brainer! And Klein is said to have designed the book himself.
spacebreeze
really? double spread for almost all the large photos? it just ruins everything, the first time i opened the book i was disappointed on the 1st photo already, im trying to find out if i could still return this book...

waste of money
Nettale
I ordered this book thinking it was a composite of William Klein's best work on great quality stock and written well. None of these qualities are part of this book. William Klein is an amazing talented photographer. I had been looking for a very long time for a book about him and came across this one. If I wasn't familiar with this photographer"s work, I would probably assume he was second rate after reading and viewing the photos in this book. I returned it.
I know, he is a GREAT photographer, and, a "talented" graphic artist and all that, but the only good photo is the one on the cover that is not crossed out. Of all the photography books I have collected I could afford, I would not recommend this one at all. If you want to pay the postage, I will mail you mine for free. I don't know what this book was meant to reflect or reveal, and I am at least semi-intelligent? Don't answer that. His other books have contents much more ponderous and accessible.