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    Bloch, Jacqueline et al (ed.): . DEPECHE MODE Mai 1968 – LA revue de tendances. Paris: Rue de Teheran, Impr. Grou-Radenez, 1968. 4to in original wraps. 109, (5) pp. Illustrated richly, black and white, while cover is orange and blue. Text in French, with some parts also in English and…

  • 750,00 kr.

    An assortment of show reviews, interviews and editorials from young women and men who “have been putting together their own magazines about punk rock for the last year.” Some of the authors include Jane Suck, Nag, Sex Ade, John Goto, Alan Anger, Charlie Chainsaw, and Erica Echenberg, covering the Damned, Slits, Cortinas, Television, Adverts,Buzzcocks, Vibrators, Siouxsie and the Banshees, The Boys, Johnny Thunder and the Heartbreakers, Alternative TV, The Lurkers, The Jam, Generation X,Sex Pistols, Chelsea, X Ray Spex, Ramones, 999, Slaughter and the Dogs, Johnny Moped, Stranglers, Eater, Squeeze, Penetration, XTC, and the Clash. Interviews include Dave Vanian of the Damned, the Slits, Pete Shelly of theBuzzcocks, TV Smith from the Adverts, Ian “Knox” Carnochan of the Vibrators, Siouxsie Sioux, Paul Weller of The Jam, Poly Styrene from X Ray Spex, Johnny Ramone, etc. A few of the editorials include “Girl Bands” and “Fascism” by Lucy Toothpaste, “Sod the Press” by Alan Anger, and “Sex and Mental Oppression”by Tony D (“I’m not IN ANY WAY saying that to topple the system and achieve physical and mental freedom is by becoming a sexless moron…”).Heavily illustrated with superb images, and the final page lists addresses for the contributor’s zines including 48 Thrills, Ripped & Torn, Strangled, and Shews

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    Reynaldo Luza (1893-1978), pre-eminent fashion artist, was born in Lima, Peru. He began training as an architect at the University of Louvain, Belgium, but returned to Peru at the outbreak of World War I, where he changed his studies from architecture to art. In 1918 he came to the United States, where he earned his living by contributing drawings to several fashion publications, principally VOGUE, HARPERS BAZAAR, and VANITY FAIR. In 1921 he joined HARPERS BAZAAR as the principal fashion artist, a position he was to hold for 27 years. He divided his time between New York, Paris and London, working closely with all of the leading fashion designers of the times — Poiret, Patou, Lelong, Paquin, Douillet, Doucet, Cheruit, Worth, Drecoll, Callot Soeurs, Redfern, Martial et Amand, Premet, Reboux, Chanel, Vionnet, Molyneaux, Schiaparelli, Hartnell, Steibel, and Balenciaga, among others.
    In 1940 Luza made New York his principal base, where, over the next few years, he continued his activities at Harpers as well as creating fabric and furniture designs, and the costumes for the movie “The Bridge of San Luis Rey.” Among other distinctions, he received several honorary appointments from the government of Peru, including that of Artistic Director of the Paris Exposition of 1938 and the New York World’s Fair of 1939-40; he also did the interior design of the new Lima airport.
    In 1950 Luza returned to Peru, where he began a second career as a portrait painter, exhibiting his work over the next few years in Paris, New York, and Washington, D.C.

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    “Richard Avedon – Photographs 1946-2004”. Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, 2007. Tall 4to hardcover, with dustjacket. 192 pages with 128 photos, hereof 2 in color and 126 in Triplex print. Texts by Helle Crenzien, Geoff Dyer, Jeffrey Fraenkel, Rune Gade, Michael Juul Holm, Christoph Ribbat, Judith Thurman et al. Fine…

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    “the language of the fashion magazine—the structural analysis of descriptions of women’s clothing by writers about fashion—Barthes gives us a brief history of semiology. At the same time, he identifies economics as the underlying reason for the luxuriant prose of the fashion magazine: “Calculating, industrial society is obliged to form consumers who don’t calculate; if clothing’s producers and consumers had the same consciousness, clothing would be bought (and produced) only at the very slow rate of its dilapidation”

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    Kozan, Sakakibara and H. Russell Robinson:. THE MANUFACTURE OF ARMOUR AND HELMETS IN SIXTEENTH CENTURY JAPAN. Revised and Edited by H. Russell Robinson. Charles E. Tuttle Company Inc., 1963. Publishers blue hardcover with original jacket. 156 pages. Illustrated in bw and color, complete with colored frontispiece. Jacket is very worn…

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    WORN. A People’s History of Clothing (hardcover). New York: Pantheon Books, 2022. Publishers hardcover with dustjacket. XVIII, 375 pages. New copy First edition