This survey of the work of photographer Jeanloup Sieff covers 40 years of photography, encounters and memories. It collects together his major photographs, and shows how Sieff has left his mark on his generation, and how he continues to work in fashion, advertising and portraiture.
Divided into four chapters from the 50’to the 90’s the book brings together major photographs encounters and memories, many hitherto and unpublished of a creator who left his imprint on a generation by his prolific work in fashion advertising and portrait photography
Evergreen / Taschen, Koln, Germany, 1996. First edition thus. Large hardcover. 287 pages. Previously published in France this is the first U.S. edition. Introduction and text by Sieff in which he discusses his long career. A collection of 244 duotone images by Sieff from the 1950s through the 1980s.
Used, and yet very good and tight copy in a very good dust jacket, a small tear 1cm on DW spine, but covered in a protective sleeve and not noticeable. One of the best books on this French photographer. Note a very large and heavy book may incur extra shipping costs outside of South Africa. The pictures are just exquisite, and the paper par excellence. This book ranges from $235 online our price very competitive