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The photographer recounts his birth to a wealthy Jewish family in Berlin, his escape to China in the wake of Kristallnacht, his service with the Australian army, his marriage, and his contributions to the world of fashion photography.
Helmut Newton has scandalized and intrigued the world for half a century with his provocative photographs and his bad boy persona. Here he presents a candid portrait of himself, revealing a lifetime of adventure and providing compelling insights into the connection between his life and work.
Fotografisk billedværk med kvinden i centrum i modeverdenen i Paris, Milano og Rom
Fashion, editorial, and personal photographs meet in this extensive Helmut Newton portfolio, including some of his most striking shots from the '60s through to his golden heyday. From shadowy streets to hotel boudoir, it's a showcase of Newton's suggestive storytelling and unfailing eye for erotic impact.
This book gets its name from 60 unusually dark and cryptic photographs. When Newton opened his "Archives of the Night" in the 90's, gloomy images emerged like flocks of bats. His famous "Domestic Nudes" appeared in pairs and tableaus together with sinister landscapes. Palace architecture was displayed next to morbid vanitas paintings as were bodies cut open from an anatomical museum of wax figures, placed on show alongside a portrait of a Dracula star putting on his make-up. With the Archives, Newton, who decided on the placement of these works himself, showed us his dark side. But at the same time, he was amusing himself with grey areas - also typical for Newton. The juxtaposition of seemingly disparate motifs created new and enigmatic relationships that oscillate between satire and poetry, brutality and gentleness, irony and pathos.
Sumo is a tribute to the twentieth century's most influential, intriguing and controversial photographer. Measuring 50 x 70 cm and weighing approx. 30 kg, the book contains 480 pages, featuring a wide selection of over 400 pictures, most of which are published for the first time, covering every aspect of Newton's outstanding career in photography- from stunning fashion photographs, which pointed the way for generations of photographers, to nudes and celebrity portraits. Each Sumo comes with a table specially designed by Philippe Starck.
...In his photographs of top film stars, fashion designers, actors, artists, writers, pop musicians and photographers, Newton has revealed the discrete charm of the bourgeoisie with the impudence of an Italian paparazzo. With ultimate technical perfection, audacity and his own inimitable style, he has captured in masterful photographs the psychological tension between the glamour of show business and the self-image his models wished to project. ...
For ten years - from 1984 until 1995 - Newton published his best photographs in his own magazine, Helmut Newton's Illustrated. During this period, four editions appeared: No. 1, "Sex and Power," No. 2, "Pictured from an Exhibition," No. 3, "I was there" and No. 4, "Dr. Phantasme." Their titles were as suggestive as they were thematic and all issues quickly became sought-after collector's items. With their provocative mixture of nudes, journalistic pictures and sensationalist portraits, these four editions of Helmut Newton's Illustrated are considered to be among the most powerful visual documents of the 80's and 90's. Our complete edition brings all four together in one volume and was published in spring, 2000. It is a real power pack - 134 Newton photographs in rich duotone and color - charged with sex, power and beauty.
Portraits of two photographers who have lived together for fifty years.
Newton's collection of portraits from the worlds of film, fashion, politics and culture can be considered a pantheon of VIP's. His brilliant staged creations celebrate the attractiveness and prominence of his models as well as their vanity and imperfections.
Instant Newton: A collection of Helmut Newton's test Polaroids Polaroids occupy a special place in the hearts of many photo enthusiasts who remember a time when "instant photography" meant one-of-a-kind prints that developed within minutes of clicking the shutter. What was once a crucial tool for photographers to test their shots before shooting on film has now become obsolete in the face of digital photography. Luckily for us, legendary photographer Helmut Newton saved his test Polaroids, allowing a privileged and rare chance to see the tests from a selection of his greatest shoots over a period of decades, including many from the TASCHEN titles SUMO, A Gun for Hire, and Work. Selected by his widow, June Newton, from over 300 photos featured at the 2011 exhibition "Helmut Newton Polaroids" at the Museum f�r Fotografie in Berlin, this collection captures the magic of Helmut Newton photo shoots as only Polaroids can. Text in English, French, and German
In Helmut Newton's photography, the lines between art and pornography are often blurred. Strong women in provocative poses are seen in dramatically staged, voyeuristic shots which evoke his very distinct style of fashion, nude and portrait photography. Newton courted controversy with his images and with a keen eye for social extremes, his work holds a mirror up to what he saw as the extravagances of Western society. Women's liberation in the 1960s and 70s provided a new era in his photography where women are depicted as being responsible for themselves and for their own pleasures. His coolly staged photographs gave expression to the discovery of this new freedom, thus confronting society with its own secret desires and fears. In 1988, director Adrian Maben visited Newton in his adopted home in Monte Carlo and also accompanied him to photo sessions in Los Angeles, Berlin and Paris. On these trips he caught rare glimpses of the artist's private life and documented the process of the creation of some breathtaking works, which are seen here in this film Leading stars including Karl Lagerfield, Catherine Deneuve and Faye Dunaway recount their experiences of working with one of the most glamourous and sought after photographers of the twentieth century whose life was cruelly cut short when he died in a car accident in 2004.
A stunning--and shocking--collection of celebrity portraits, including an interview with Helmut Newton as an introduction. Among those portrayed are Andy Warhol, Ava Gardner, Sophia Loren and many more. 23 color and 169 black-and-white photographs.

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