Photographs 1946 - 2004.
Photographs by Richard Avedon.
Louisiana Museum of Modern Art,
192 pp., 130 tritone images., 10x9".
In August of 2007, Denmark's renowned Louisiana Museum of Modern Art presents Richard Avedon: Photographs 1946-2004, the first major retrospective devoted to Avedon's work since his death in 2004. (With stops in Milan, Paris, Berlin and, Amsterdam, the highly-anticipated exhibition concludes in at San Francisco's Museum of Modern Art in October of 2009.) This beautifully produced catalogue, designed by the renowned Danish graphic designer Michael Jensen, features deluxe tritone printing and varnish on premium paper, and includes 125 reproductions of Avedon's greatest work from across the entire range of his oeuvre. It also contains a small number of color images-including one of the most famous photographic portraits of the twentieth century, 'Nastassja Kinski and the Serpent' (1981). Texts by Jeffrey Fraenkel, Judith Thurman, Geoff Dyer, Christoph Ribbat, Rune Gade and curator Helle Crenzien offer the most sophisticated and thorough composite view of Avedon's work to date.
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