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Alexey Brodovitch (Mini)
Alexey Brodovitch (Mini)
$25.00
Alexey Brodovitch (Mini)
Alexey Brodovitch (Mini)
$25.00

Alexey Brodovitch (Mini)

$25.00

Assouline

9782843237010

9782843237010

233756164116

6 Images in Gallery
Description

Often considered the father of 20th century art direction, Alexey Brodovitch and his contributions to Harper's Bazaar for more than 20 years remain the reference point for generations of photographers and art directors. With an infallible eye, he promoted photographers such as Blumenfeld, Cartier-Bresson, Avedon, and Man Ray. This book is a unique homage to an exceptional talent.

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  • N/A pages
  • 100 illustrations
  • English language
  • Released in September 2005
  • W 5.59 x L 7.09 x D 0.59 in
  • Softcover
  • ISBN: 9782843237010
  • 1.0 lb
About the Author

Gabriel Bauret regularly organizes photography exhibitions in Europe&151such as one on Alexey Brodovitch in Paris in 1998. He published Approaches of Photography (Nathan, 1992) and Color Photography (Assouline, 2001), and has written for Zoom magazine.

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About the Author

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Often considered the father of 20th century art direction, Alexey Brodovitch and his contributions to Harper's Bazaar for more than 20 years remain the reference point for generations of photographers and art directors. With an infallible eye, he promoted photographers such as Blumenfeld, Cartier-Bresson, Avedon, and Man Ray. This book is a unique homage to an exceptional talent.

  • 100 illustrations
  • English language
  • Released in September 2005
  • W 5.59 x L 7.09 x D 0.59 in
  • Softcover
  • ISBN: 9782843237010
  • 1.0 lb

Gabriel Bauret regularly organizes photography exhibitions in Europe&151such as one on Alexey Brodovitch in Paris in 1998. He published Approaches of Photography (Nathan, 1992) and Color Photography (Assouline, 2001), and has written for Zoom magazine.