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Pierre Gonnord

Pierre Gonnord

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ISBN 10: 8415303971 / ISBN 13: 9788415303978
Published by La Fabrica Dez 2012, 2012
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Neuware - This book is the most important published up to today about the impresive portratis of Pierre Gonnord. Pierre Gonnord was born in France in 1963. He is a self-taught photographer who now lives and works in Madrid. Pierre Gonnord is celebrated for his photographs of marginal individuals, including gypsies, punks and immigrants from Eastern Europe. He observes, 'I choose my contemporaries in the anonymity of the big cities because their faces, under the skin, narrate unique, remarkable stories about our era. Sometimes hostile or distant, almost always fragile behind the opacity of their masks, they represent specific social realities and another concept of beauty. I also try to approach the unclassifiable, timeless individual, to suggest things that have been repeated over and over since time began.' 160 pp. Englisch, Spanisch. Bookseller Inventory # 9788415303978

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Title: Pierre Gonnord

Publisher: La Fabrica Dez 2012

Publication Date: 2012

Binding: Buch

Book Condition:Neu

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Born in France in 1963, Pierre Gonnord is a self-taught photographer celebrated for his portraits of marginal individuals, including gypsies, punks and immigrants from Eastern Europe. He observes, 'I choose my contemporaries in the anonymity of the big cities because their faces, under the skin, narrate unique, remarkable stories about our era. Sometimes hostile or distant, almost always fragile behind the opacity of their masks, they represent specific social realities and another concept of beauty. I also try to approach the unclassifiable, timeless individual, to suggest things that have been repeated over and over since time began.' Superbly illustrated, this is the most comprehensive and insightful book yet published on the portraits of Pierre Gonnord.

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