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The one thing that I always loved about the movie Belly was director Hype Williams’ trademark visual style. And while the story itself failed to offer much the camera always held me. The high contrasts in the living room scenes in Tommy Bundy’s house (and most scenes with Taral Hicks) were the most discernible for me. With an all-black everything furniture ...Читать далее →
New from high-profile fashion photographer Thierry Le Gouès comes a lavish artist's book, Popular, an earthy, luring tome of the rarely shown Havana social scene. In Le Gouès' provocative duotone and sensuous four-color photographs, we're seduced by a culture of great joy amongst great poverty: raucous, heat-soaked street parties; spirited sparring matches in crumbling gymnasiums; voluptuous nudes plying their wares in derelict ...Читать далее →
Thierry Le Gouès was born in Brest (France) in 1964. He began his career of photographer of mode in 1986 with Condé Nast Italy: Sail and Uomo Vogue, and continued its collaboration with magazines as prestigious as International Glamour, Vogue Men, Vogue, Condé nast Italy, Lei, Per Him, Arena, I.D, The Face, Harper’s Bazaar, Allure, Interview, French Revue. Thierry Goues ...Читать далее →