"Appearances: Fashion Photography Since 1945" 1991 HARRISON, Martin


[312] pp.

Jonathan Cape


12 1/2" x 11 7/8"

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This is the first work to place fashion photography in the main stream of popular culture, linking fashion to the photography of such influential figures as Walker Evans and Robert Frank. Harrison explores the role of magazine culture and the influences of the great art directors and editors, who have both created and reflected the mood and tones of the post-war decades. Featuring some of the greatest figures in the field: from Richard Avedon and Irving Penn to Bruce Weber, this volume includes some of the most famous fashion photographs of the twentieth century, as well as many rare and long-lost images.

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