Книга Mick Rock. The Rise of David Bowie. 1972-1973. Barney Hoskyns, Michael Bracewell (english)

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Книга Mick Rock. The Rise of David Bowie. 1972-1973. Barney Hoskyns, Michael Bracewell (english)

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Ціна: 1530 грн.

Автор: Barney Hoskyns, Michael Bracewell
Видавництво: Taschen
Мова: Англійська
Рік видання: 2020
Формат: 226 х 316 мм
Кількість сторінок: 300

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Артикул: 9783836583244 Категорії: , Product ID: 52740

A unique tribute from David Bowie’s official photographer and creative partner, Mick Rock, compiled in 2015, with Bowie’s blessing.

In 1972, David Bowie released his groundbreaking album The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars. With it landed Bowie’s Stardust alter ego: a glitter-clad, mascara-eyed, sexually ambiguous persona who kicked down the boundaries between male and female, straight and gay, fact and fiction into one shifting and sparkling phenomenon of ’70s self-expression. Together, Ziggy the album and Ziggy the stage spectacular propelled the softly spoken Londoner into one of the world’s biggest stars.

A key passenger on this glam trip into the stratosphere was fellow Londoner and photographer Mick Rock. Rock bonded with Bowie artistically and personally, immersed himself in the singer’s inner circle, and, between 1972 and 1973, worked as the singer’s photographer and videographer.

This collection brings together spectacular stage shots, iconic photo shoots, as well as intimate backstage portraits. It celebrates Bowie’s fearless experimentation and reinvention, while offering privileged access to the many facets of his personality and fame. Through the aloof and approachable, the playful and serious, the candid and the contrived, the result is a passionate tribute to a brilliant and inspirational artist whose creative vision will never be forgotten.

Вага 2 kg
Розміри 316 × 226 × 35.6 mm
Автор

Barney Hoskyns, Michael Bracewell

Видавництво

Taschen

Мова

Англійська

Рік видання

2020

Кількість сторінок

300

Ілюстрації

Кольорові

Формат

226 х 316 мм

Папір

мелований

ISBN

9.78384E+12

Штрихкод

9.78384E+12

Палітурка

тверда