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by Elizabeth Werby,Henry Horenstein

  • Author: Elizabeth Werby,Henry Horenstein
  • ISBN: 0976195526
  • ISBN13: 978-0976195528
  • ePub: 1287 kb | FB2: 1381 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Photography & Video
  • Publisher: Pond Press; First edition (April 1, 2008)
  • Pages: 80
  • Rating: 4.2/5
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ANIMALIA ePub download

Henry Horenstein has worked as a photographer, teacher and author since the early 1970s. He is the author of over 30 books, including a series of photographic textbooks that have been used by hundreds of thousands of students over the past 30 years. In 2003, Chronicle Books published Honky Tonk, Horenstein's documentary survey Henry Horenstein (b. 1947, Boston) is an American artist photographer. Henry Horenstein has worked as a photographer, teacher and author since the early 1970s.

Henry Horenstein is a widely published and exhibited professional photographer and the author of more than two dozen books, including the classic texts Black & White Photography and Beyond Basic Photography, and monographs such as Honky Tonk, Animalia, Show, Close.

Henry Horenstein is a widely published and exhibited professional photographer and the author of more than two dozen books, including the classic texts Black & White Photography and Beyond Basic Photography, and monographs such as Honky Tonk, Animalia, Show, Close Relations, and Racing Days. Horenstein is professor of photography at the Rhode Island School of Design. You can see his work at ww. orenstein. Customers Also Bought Items By.

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Photographs by Henry Horenstein Forword by Elizabeth Werby ANIMALIA is a collection of the best of noted photographer Henry Horenstein's images of sea and land creatures.

Photographs by Henry Horenstein Forword by Elizabeth Werby. Though most photographers are driven to find a new vision, even the best fail more often than they succeed. In, Horenstein has succeeded to a dazzling degree, evading the abundant clichs of animal photography at every turn. ANIMALIA is a collection of the best of noted photographer Henry Horenstein's images of sea and land creatures. Described variously as evocative, mysterious, romantic, surprising, and weird, Horenstein's abstract images will make the viewer see otherwise familiar.

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ANIMALIA is a collection of the best of noted photographer Henry Horenstein's images of sea and land creatures. Described variously as evocative, mysterious, romantic, surprising, and weird, Horenstein's abstract images will make the viewer see otherwise familiar animals in a new and different light. Printed in sumptuous sepia duotones, ANIMALIA will make an elegant gift book for the animal or photographer lover among your friends and family members.

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“Though most photographers are driven to find a new vision, even the best fail more often than they succeed. In [these images], Horenstein has succeeded to a dazzling degree, evading the abundant clichés of animal photography at every turn.”—Owen Edwards

ANIMALIA is a collection of the best of noted photographer Henry Horenstein’s images of sea and land creatures. Described variously as evocative, mysterious, romantic, surprising, and weird, Horenstein’s abstract images will make the viewer see otherwise familiar animals in a new and different light. Printed in sumptuous sepia duotones, ANIMALIA will make an elegant gift book for the animal or photography lover among your friends and family members.

Horenstein’s ANIMALIA photographs will be on view at the Harvard Museum of Natural History (www.hmnh.harvard.edu) though summer 2008. The exhibit will then tour nationally at a variety of museums and other venues through the traveling exhibition company art2art (www.art2art.org).

Henry Horenstein is author of over thirty books and monographs published by Viking, Chronicle, powerHouse, Stewart, Tabori & Chang, and Pond Press, including Honky Tonk, Humans, Racing Days, Creatures, Aquatics, Canine, and Close Relations. Photography students worldwide have used his textbooks, including Black & White Photography, published by Little, Brown, which has sold close to seven hundred thousand copies to date. Horenstein lives in Boston and is a professor of photography at Rhode Island School of Design. A range of his work can be seen at www.horenstein.com.

Qutalan
This is a lovely book, making excellent use of the qualities of black and white photography.
There is great variety in the subjects, but a common simplifying approach to all of them.
Lighting and cropping transform these creatures to magical images and lead the viewer to
seeing them in new and unusual ways.
JoJogar
Horenstein takes photographs of animals, but he is not a naturalist. The photographs were taken in zoos and aquariums. While one might think this would give them a certain "staged" quality or limitation, an artificiality or familiarity as photographs, this is not the case--far from it. The photographs were exhibited (through June 2008) at the Harvard Museum of Natural History as a part of its "lessons in looking" project. This project aimed at being provocative and "chang[ing] the frame" of viewers' experiences with nature photography; as the Museum's Director Elisabeth Werby explains in her Foreword. Horenstein's 64 duotone photographs of animals--actually mostly parts of animals--patently work toward this end.

This skilled, imaginative, idiosyncratic photographer focuses sharply on a specific part, or a detail, of an animal. Such sharp focus--as in some photographs by Edward Weston, for example--leaves the subject so that the viewer does not easily recognize it. Horenstein does not go this far, however. His aim is not to demonstrate the power of the camera to microscopically hone in on a subject in such a way that one cannot recognize it; but rather to enlarge the viewer's awareness of and connection with his subjects of animals. The photographs are a kind of synecdoche. The parts of an animal Horenstein focuses on are usually ones the viewer associates with it from seeing many ordinary photographs or films of it or from school classes in the world of nature. The viewer knows an octopus from a tentacle lined with suction cups; an Emperor penguin from its elongated white belly; a dolphin from its sleek, bulbous shape.

Horenstein is patient, too. Since "you can't tell an elephant where to stand [or] ask a skate to smile...you must be very patient and wait" for the opportunity to take a good picture, he tells in his Photographer's Note. But there's more than simply waiting for the right moment. The photographer achieves his extraordinary effects by using macro lenses and by working with grainy, black-and-white film, then developing it in sepia to give it "an old school, timeless feel." It works: The combination of photographs which are at once familiar and challenging and technicalities of film and development used make a unique, lingering impression. It is unlikely most viewers will see the animals in Horenstein's photographs ever again without seeing them or thinking about them in some respect as they were led to see and consider them with these photographs.
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