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At the waterfront of Stockholm, in an old industrial building once used by the harbour, lies Fotografiska, one of the world's leading meeting places dedicated to photography. Ever since its opening in 2010, the best photographers in the world - including Irving Penn, Annie Leibovitz, David LaChapelle, and Martin Schoeller - have all exhibited their work at the venue. Consciously creating a refined mix of emerging talents and icons in approximately 20 exhibitions a year, Fotografiska has also introduced exciting newcomers like Cooper & Gorfer, Ren Hang, and Christian Tagliavini. Grounded in world-class photographic exhibitions, Fotografiska also provides a dynamic mix of activities including lectures, workshops, events, and artist talks - which all in all attracts over half a million guests a year. Through carefully-selected photographs from its exhibitions, The Photography Review by Fotografiska not only celebrates Fotografiska's own journey, it also interprets the evolution of the field during the years that Fotografiska has been around to influence it. Using the sensitive eye that has made Fotografiska such an outstanding success, this volume is a must-have for all photography fans, as well as collectors. Presenting masters next to emerging, yet equally remarkable talents, the book spans from the documentary and abstract to landscape, portraiture, fashion and wildlife, providing a vivid testimony of Fotografiska's exhibition history while showcasing the great variations within photographic practice.

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    At the waterfront of Stockholm, in an old industrial building once used by the harbour, lies Fotografiska, one of the world's leading meeting places dedicated to photography. Ever since its opening in 2010, the best photographers in the world - including Irving Penn, Annie Leibovitz, David LaChapelle, an ...

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    EAN#. 9783961711130

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    • At the waterfront of Stockholm, in an old industrial building once used by the harbour, lies Fotografiska, one of the world's leading meeting places dedicated to photography. Ever since its opening in 2010, the best photographers in the world - including Irving Penn, Annie Leibovitz, David LaChapelle, and Martin Schoeller - have all exhibited their work at the venue. Consciously creating a refined mix of emerging talents and icons in approximately 20 exhibitions a year, Fotografiska has also introduced exciting newcomers like Cooper & Gorfer, Ren Hang, and Christian Tagliavini. Grounded in world-class photographic exhibitions, Fotografiska also provides a dynamic mix of activities including lectures, workshops, events, and artist talks - which all in all attracts over half a million guests a year. Through carefully-selected photographs from its exhibitions, The Photography Review by Fotografiska not only celebrates Fotografiska's own journey, it also interprets the evolution of the field during the years that Fotografiska has been around to influence it. Using the sensitive eye that has made Fotografiska such an outstanding success, this volume is a must-have for all photography fans, as well as collectors. Presenting masters next to emerging, yet equally remarkable talents, the book spans from the documentary and abstract to landscape, portraiture, fashion and wildlife, providing a vivid testimony of Fotografiska's exhibition history while showcasing the great variations within photographic practice.
    • Alto del Empaque
      34
      Ancho del Empaque
      27
      ISBN
      9783961711130
      No de Páginas
      256
      Profundo del Empaque
      2
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      Tipo Libro
      Impreso
      Autor
      Fotografiska
      Año
      2018
      Edición
      1
      Idioma
      Español
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      Género Literario
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