Sheila Metzner — Objects of Desire

200,00 kr.

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New York: Clarkson N. Potter, 1986. Oblong oversized and heavy hardcover. A collection of 54 stunning color images. Features a preface by poet Mark Strand. Dustjacket is worn

First edition and first printing

Sheila Metzner (born 1939) is an American photographer. She was the first female photographer to collaborate with Vogue magazine on an ongoing basis. Metzner graduated from the High School of Art and Design and the Faculty of Visual Communications of the Pratt Institute. In the 1960s, she became the first woman to be promoted to art director by Doyle Dane Bernbach, an advertising agency. Thanks to this, she successfully collaborated with well-known photographers, including Richard Avedon, Melvin Sokolsky, Bob Richardson and Diane Arbus

She uses the Fresson method for her prints and her work has a very special dreamy soft poetic character

Sheila Metzner — Objects of Desire

200,00 kr.

In stock