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by Francois Hébel

ISBN: 8869652904
ISBN13: 978-8869652905
Language: English
Publisher: Contrasto (April 12, 2011)
Pages: 128
Category: Photography and Video
Subategory: Photography

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Rating: 4.1
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Mick Jagger: The Photobook Paperback – April 12, 2011. In this entire book, I found only one photograph that I truly love: Cecil Beaton, New York, 1969, where Mick is smiling against a backdrop of New York at night.

Mick Jagger: The Photobook Paperback – April 12, 2011. by Francois Hébel (Author).

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What a curious idea to produce a photo-book that follows this somewhat passé figure from pouting adolescence through an extended girl-boy phase in the Seventies and the rock-aristo of the Eighties to his tram-lined old age. Why pick him when Keith h. . Why pick him when Keith has suddenly come from behind to become the quintessential Stone?

Mick Jagger: The Photobook was merged with this page. This book gathers the most beautiful pictures of the legendary Mick Jagger, taken by some of the greatest photographers in the world. His extremely distinctive face has made him the archetypal rock star: Mick Jagger is universal.

Mick Jagger: The Photobook was merged with this page. His mouth has become the emblem of his band The Rolling Stones. His face alone narrates fifty years of portrait photography practice, our relationship with celebrities, evolving dress and hair codes, and the creation.

Published to coincide with the National Portrait Gallery's exhibition in May 2011, the book spans Jagger's entire career, from Mankowitz's portraits of the young artist in the 1960s and Cecil Beaton's on set shots from Performance to Anton Corbijn's shoot for Rolling Stone in 2005. Read full description. Mick Jagger: The Photobook by Francois Hebel (Paperback, 2011). Brand new: lowest price.

This book gathers together all the photographs from that exhibition, introduced by the Festivals direct. The retrospective of portraits of Mick Jagger, one of the worlds most photographed performers, was a highlight of the 2010 Arles photography festival

This book gathers together all the photographs from that exhibition, introduced by the Festivals direct. The retrospective of portraits of Mick Jagger, one of the worlds most photographed performers, was a highlight of the 2010 Arles photography festival. This book gathers together all the photographs from that exhibition, introduced by the Festivals director, Francois Hebel.

Mick Jagger -151; The Photobook presents 70 portraits by leading photographers who, from the beginning of his career and right through to the present day, have met him, photographed his very distinctive face and his ability to always come across as new, different and upstream. Mick Jagger is universal. His very particular face has made him the archetype of the rock star▓ says the curator Francois Hebel, director of Rencontres d▓Arles. This collection of images is first and foremost a photographic project.

This book gathers the most beautiful pictures of the legendary Mick Jagger, taken by some of the greatest photographers in the world. His physique and the way he moves have helped fashion the myth of the über-sexy male celebrity.

This book gathers the most beautiful pictures of the legendary Mick Jagger, taken by some of the greatest photographers in the world. His extremely distinctive face has made him the archetypal rock star: Mick Jagger is universal. His physique and the way he moves have helped fashion the myth of the über-sexy male celebrity. His mouth has become the emblem of his band The Rolling Stones. His face alone narrates fifty years of portrait photography practice, our relationship with celebrities, evolving dress and hair codes, and the creation of the rock aesthetic. Doing more than just recording this character of high dramatic intensity is the real challenge that portraitists, it seems, have been tackling for the past fifty years.

Comments:
Vareyma
Extraordinarias fotos de la superestrella del rock y su trayectoria muy bien mostrada en estas fotos.
Bello libro, buenas fotos y la edicion tambien buena, very good arte.

Iriar
I have been a fan of the Rolling Stones as long as they've been around. I've had Mick singing in my ears since I was a teenager; I'm a die-hard fan, and unlike some, I have always considered him to be a very attractive man, even though I'll admit you can also see him looking not so attractive at times. His most appealing side can be elusive and the camera must get it right. Mick appeals to many different people in different ways. I prefer to see pictures of him when he looks happy and/or is having fun, or he just plain looks hot. If that's what you are looking for, don't buy this book.

I wanted to be wowed. I wanted some pictures to drool over. I mean, is this man not one of the hottest guys ever? Are you kidding me, here? The guy has been hot for decades, and none of these celebrated photographers got it on film?

This book caters to an artist point of view, and is not necessarily a book for fans to enjoy. And, by the way, artists don't usually like to see people smile, and they also don't seem to know, at least from what I see in these pictures, how to capture the seriously sexy side of him either. Furthermore, I'll go on to say, what was anybody thinking when they chose these pictures? (An example of photos that I do appreciate would be Stephen Barnard's, The Rolling Stones, Street Fighting Years. This is an oversized book that contains some really great pictures. I highly recommend it.)

The layout of the book creates an enormous waste of space. One photograph with its corresponding credit takes up two pages. Is this an attempt to give the illusion that the book contains more pictures than it actually does? Spread over a total of 120 single pages, I counted 72 photographs. Or perhaps this is some sort of an attempt to make up for the small size of the book. It measures 10 1/2 inches by 10 1/4 inches.

In this entire book, I found only one photograph that I truly love: Cecil Beaton, New York, 1969, where Mick is smiling against a backdrop of New York at night. Gorgeous. That's him. That's the Mick I want to see more of. Yes, he was young there, and I'd probably be most impressed by pictures from when he was young, but not in all cases. And, one other picture stands out to me that I really like, Brian Aris, 1992. Gorgeous. I also do like the one by Harry Goodwin, 1964, Gered Mankowitz, 1966, and three by Jean-Marie Perier, 1966. I'm sure there are better Cecil Beaton pics out there, and Gered Mankowitz as well.

I also sort of liked Terry O'Neil, Sante D'Orazio, Peter Lindberg, and a number towards the end of the book, Anton Corbijn, 1994 (Mick in the fur, not in the freakin' mask) and 2005, Mark Seliger, 1994 and 2005, two by Annie Leibovitz, 1992, and Karl Lagerfeld, 2001 (Mick with guitar). But as I say, these pictures I can do without. They're not what I would really love to see. There are other pics that are "just okay". Sure, it's the real Jagger, and even the unreal Jagger in many cases. It's a lot of photos that you wouldn't care about one way or another. Do I need to see four pics of Mick, wasting a good few pages, from the movie "Performance" when I can see that movie anytime? (Check out the aforementioned book by Stephen Barnard for a truly hot picture of Mick from that movie). Do I need to see him looking like Ned Kelly, or like an old man in a full beard? Or as his mother? (Okay, he's not playing his mother; it's from "Bent".) And the rest of the book I could throw in the trash.

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