Published on occasion of the exhibition held at Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, Oct. 20, 2000-Jan. 17, 2001 and Guggenheim Museum, Bilbao, Mar. 12-Aug. 26, 2001. To celebrate twenty-five years of Armani, the Guggenheim invited 25 of the world's most prominent fashion photographers to create new images. Each has contributed innovative visions inspired by Armani's styles. Each photograph rev...
Paperback: 86 pages
Publisher: Guggenheim Museum Publications (August 16, 2001)
Package Dimensions: 12 x 10 x 0.2 inches
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otographer's unique style and sensibility, which is linked to the specific or method or process being used. Sometimes surreal in character, sometimes "of the street" in tone, sometimes purely formal, these images challenge at the same time that they entice.These photographers have sought to harness Armani's elegance and spirit, his classicism and inventiveness, examining themes ranging from the notion of clothing as camouflage to clothing as a transparent second skin. Augmented by the seductive and singular power of the Armani myth, these photographers help transform the clothing represented into objects of fantasy and desire. Participating photographers: Walter Chin, Pamela Hanson, Patrick Demarchelier, Herb Ritts, Tom Munro, David Bailey, Aldo Fallai, Carter Smith, Peter Lindbergh, Sean Ellis, Paolo Roversi, Steve Hiett, Albert Watson, Satoshi, Frederik Lieberath, Thomas Schenk, Guido Mocafico, Michel Comte, Nathaniel Goldbert, Raymond Meier, John Akehurst, Miles Aldridge, Ellen von Unwerth, Terry Richardson, Enrique Badulescu.