Anton Corbijn: MOØDe



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Anton Corbijn: MOØDe
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Anton Corbijn: MOØDe

Anton Corbijn's coffee table book MOØDe features iconic portraits and fashion images by the internationally renowned photographer and filmmaker.



MOØDe, from leading international photographer and filmmaker Anton Corbijn, presents images from his extensive body of work exploring the crossover - in the broadest sense - between photography and the world of fashion.

Corijn's portraits of famous figures such as Alexander McQueen, Tom Waits, Kate Moss, Björk and Clint Eastwood have achieved iconic status. As visual director for Depeche Mode and through his decades of collaboration with U2 and other musicians, he has left an indelible mark on how we view a crucial aspect of contemporary culture. With MOØDe, Anton Corbijn shows that fashion is everywhere. This publication contains more than 150 images and collaborations from Corbijn's rich body of work, many of which have never been shown before.

"I mainly photograph personalities, but fashion is becoming more and more a part of it. We all make a decision in the morning about what to wear, even if it's just a hat or a black T-shirt. Fashion is not always written with capital letters." - Anton Corbijn.

Anton Corbijn exhibition 'MOØDe' now at Cobra Museum
Delve into the fascinating world of fashion photography with the exhibition MOØDe by Anton Corbijn at the Cobra Museum in Amstelveen. More than 200 photographs take you on a journey through the career of this leading photographer and filmmaker, revealing how he uniquely merges fashion and portraiture.

Title: MOØDe
Publisher: Hannibal
Author: Anton Corbijn
Size: 314 x 264 mm
Size: 240 pages
Weight: 1,200 grams
Language: English
Material: Hardcover
ISBN: 9789463887373


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...