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by Lise Sarfati,Azzedine Alaia,Rick Owens,Carla Sozzani

ePub Fashion Magazine by Lise Sarfati: Austin, Texas download
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Lise Sarfati,Azzedine Alaia,Rick Owens,Carla Sozzani
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Magnum Photos (January 1, 2009)
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by Lise Sarfati (Photographer), Azzedine Alaia (Contributor), Rick Owens (Contributor), Carla Sozzani (Contributor) & 1 more.

by Lise Sarfati (Photographer), Azzedine Alaia (Contributor), Rick Owens (Contributor), Carla Sozzani (Contributor) & 1 more.

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Lise Sarfati (born 1958) is a French photographer. Her images of cities in Russia and young people in the United States paint a sometimes despondent picture inspired by her own imagination. Born in Oran, French Algeria, Sarfati grew up in Nice, France, graduating in Russian from the Sorbonne in 1979 with a thesis on Russian photography. In 1986, she became the official photographer for the Académie des Beaux Arts

In 'Austin, Texas - Fashion Magazine', Lise Sarfati explores territories of childhood, adolescence and adult womanhood, and seeks to record possible becomings.

In 'Austin, Texas - Fashion Magazine', Lise Sarfati explores territories of childhood, adolescence and adult womanhood, and seeks to record possible becomings. Explorations of identity that are encouraged by the clothing, which is both incidental and essential: on the one hand, the clothes seem to have been chosen for each model, on the other, they are secondary to the staging of the photo and the role played by the girls. Sheathed in new clothes, the girls are no longer completely themselves; they've not just slipped into a different outfit, but a different skin.

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Lise Sarfati and Rick Owens, Austin, Texas. Fashion Magazine 2008. Lise Sarfati: I’d met Sasha two years before in Austin, Texas, when she was living in a very lovely house. What could they talk about, Rick Owens, a Californian who’s lived in France for years, and Lise Sarfati, a French woman who travels around the . About fabrics, shapes and the teenage experience, about pastry and eccentricity. Lise Sarfati: My big idea for this Fashion Magazine was to play off the interior and exterior, the home of each of the girls photographed and its environment. From the bed to the yard, so to speak.

Acta Est is the first book by the French photographer-artist Lise Sarfati. Composed of images made during extended visits to Russia in the 1990s, Acta Est is neither travelogue nor photo-journalistic essay. Rather, Sarfati weaves daring detailed descriptions of the Russian environments that fascinate her to create a visual drama of dysfunction and deterioration, change and beauty. Sarfati builds a disturbing world of decaying buildings and neglected factories, which she brings to an eerie life with lost characters: young transsexuals and teenage runaways interned in ‘re-education’ camps.

Untitled portrait by Vanessa Winship, from the book "She Dances on Jackson". Man on the road from Beirut to Sidon, 1926 - photo by Maynard Owen Williams. Selma Browner, 1940 - photo by Man Ray. Two Victorian women, Lead, South Dakota. Old man in a straw hat in La Paz, México, by Dorian Lopez.

This edition of Fashion Magazine is devoted solely to the work of French photographer Lise Sarfati. In her portraiture, Sarfati dramatizes the intensities of fashionably clad adolescence in the insolently sensual creatures she encounters on the roads of America. Couching their lightly worn street elegance in moody sobriety, Sarfati presses pause on the activities in which her subjects are engaged and extracts their quintessential sensuality, to produce a type of photography that partakes of both fashion and portraiture idioms without quite belonging to either. Redolent in this respect of Alain Resnais' Last Year at Marienbad, in which the camera deliberately and continually "overgrooms" the emotional drama, Sarfati's work is likewise utterly seductive and compelling.Lise Sarfati obtained a master's degree in Russian studies from the Sorbonne in Paris, where she was the official photographer of the Académie des Beaux-Arts. She moved to Russia in 1989 and photographed there for 10 years. She has received the Prix Niépce in Paris and the Infinity Award from the International Center of Photography in New York for her work and is a member of Magnum Photos. In recent years she has been living and working in the United States. Sarfati is represented by Yossi Milo Gallery in New York, Rose Gallery in Los Angeles and Magnum Gallery in Paris.