Anton Corbijn: IKOИEN

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Anton Corbijn: IKOИEN
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Anton Corbijn: IKOИEN

In his latest coffee table book IKONEN, top photographer and filmmaker Anton Corbijn presents extraordinary footage about icons and how they are remembered.

PUBLISHER: Hannibal

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In his latest coffee table book IKOИEN imagined Anton Corbijn icons in unique and masterful ways. The top photographer and filmmaker is publishing three different series in IKOИEN: Cemeteriesa. somebody and Lenin, USSR.

Cemeteries consists of intriguing black-and-white photographs of gravestones. In a.somebody we see a collection of self-portraits after deceased luminaries from the music world that were photographed in Corbijn's native village of Strijen, both outdoors and in his studio. In addition, Corbijn is showing a previously unpublished series from the early 1980s on Lenin's visual presence in the USSR.

Specifications
Title: IKOИEN
Publisher: Hannibal
Author: Anton Corbijn
Size: 247 x 342 x 26 mm
Size: 176 pages
Weight: 1537 grams
Language: English
Material: Hardcover
ISBN: 9789464366815


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Anton Corbijn

Anton Corbijn, born in 1955 in Strijen, discovered photography through his love of music while still in high school. He took his first photos with his father's camera at an outdoor concert in 1972. He soon switched from stage photography to portrait photography, initially only portraits of musicians. Anton moved in...

ISBN

9789464366815

Language

English