- Publisher: Abrams
- Pages: 792
- Illustrations: 580 in full color and black-and-white
- Dimensions: 6 1/2'' x 7 1/2'' x 2 1/4''
- Format: Hardcover
- Authors: Robert Rubin and Marianne Le Galliard
- ISBN: 9781419726002
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By Robert Rubin and Marianne Le Galliard
Exploring Richard Avedon's fascination with France, Avedon's France brings together a collection of spectacular photographs; selected interviews, letters, publications, and writings (including new material from the Avedon Foundation archives); and substantive essays by the authors.
In addition to five portfolios of French sitters spanning a lifetime of portraiture, it looks at Avedon's apprenticeship to his mentor, Alexei Brodovitch; his encounters with French fashion; his idealized version of Paris in the movie Funny Face; his fresh take on the Belle Epoque in his book on Jacques- Henri Lartigue, Diary of a Century; and his fruitful association with the magazine Egoïste later in his life. Avedon's France offers a full account of Avedon's restless pursuit of new ways of looking at the world, revealing a master image maker and a true artist for his time.
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