Underworld ePub download
by intro.) Kelly Klein. (Rice Anne
- ISBN: 0091808596
- ISBN13: 978-0091808594
- ePub: 1747 kb | FB2: 1444 kb
- Language: English
- Category: Graphic Design
- Publisher: Alfred A. Knopf; 1st edition (1995)
- Pages: 180
- Rating: 4.5/5
- Votes: 828
- Format: mbr azw lrf rtf
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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Much of my collection is either focussed on the technical aspects of photography or the product-high quality photography, usually applied to either Glamour or Erotic applications and a smaller collection of the best of Landscape or Sexual photography. Underworld falls into one of the smaller categories again and is one of the collections of classic photography.
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Anne Rice writes the introduction to this excellent, large-format collection of emotionally charged, sometimes kinky photos of partially clad people. The title puns on the word underwear and sexy, secret lives. No wonder it attracted Anne Rice's intelligent attention-that and the fact that author Kelly Klein is donating all her proceeds to the CFDA Foundation Fund for AIDS. The camera empowers you to be intimate with the lens, even abandoned, in a way that may not be possible with another human," Rice muses. This book is a monument to our freedom, not only to express ourselves but to want more than we are allowed. The camera is the safest vehicle for this excess.
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Kelly Klein - Underworld - 1995 Knopf. Introduction by Anne Rice. This book is signed by the author Anne Rice on the full title page in black pen. There are a few marks to the dust jacket.
Here are photographs - in black-and-white and in color - of men and women, clothed and unclothed, taken from the 1880s through the 1990s by Jacques-Henri Lartigue, Imogen Cunningham, Steven Meisel, Man Ray, Bettina Rheims, Helmut Newton, Sally Mann, Kurt Markus, Jerome Zerbe, Ellen von Unwerth, Andre Kertesz, Arthur Elgort, Louise Dahl-Wolfe, Herbert List, Eve Arnold, Brassai, and. Sixty-four others.