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Airborne: New Dance Photography of Lois Greenfield

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William A. Ewing , Daniel Girardin

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For more than 20 years Lois Greenfield has been dazzling the dance world with the spectacular imagery of modern and post-modern dance, and has created a photographic style which has in recent years spawned a host of imitators. Unlike the majority of dance photographers, who are confined to rehearsals and the stage, Greefield works in her studio, where she has a more complete control of her art. This book features Greenfield's new work, produced since 1992, and is her second book with William A. Ewing. Images show moments of actual dances, interpretations of a particular choreographer's style, or Greenfield's own "photochoreography" - movements and gestures made by the dancers to follow the photographer's directions. Finally, some are free-spirited collaborations in which both photographer and dancer work towards dynamic results.


Lois Greenfield is recognized internationally as one of the foremost photographers of dance. She is a regular contributor to the Village Voice, and her photographs have also appeared in Dance Ink, Esquire, Time, Wile, Vogue, Mirabella, and Zoom, among other magazines. Coinciding with the publication of Breaking Bounds, the International Center of Photography in New York will mount a major exhibition of her photography, which will then travel widely throughout the United States and Canada. Greenf --このテキストは、 ハードカバー 版に関連付けられています。



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5つ星のうち 5.0 Wonderful no-trick photos that seem to defy gravity 1999/4/2
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Wonderful book. None of the photographs are tricked -- that is, all are usual perspectives, normal orientation (what looks like the floor at first glance really is), no strings, no unseen bars or plates, no studio retouching of former. (See LG's preface.) Truly amazing work.
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5つ星のうち 5.0 A unique perspective of dance photography. 1998/10/28
投稿者 カスタマー - (Amazon.com)
This book is a sequel to the book BREAKING BOUNDS.The trick photography is incredible! Some of the photos are tasteful nudes that captivate you with their artistry. If a picture is worth a thousand words... this book is worth a couple million!
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5つ星のうち 5.0 fantastic , highly energised photographs & photography 1999/9/23
投稿者 カスタマー - (Amazon.com)
I think the line above says everything.. you will not regret buying this book.
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5つ星のうち 4.0 You Won't Beleive Your Eyes 2006/6/5
投稿者 John P Bernat - (Amazon.com)
You will think that this was photoshopped, airbrushed, other otherwise tricked up. It's not. These are simple, real photgraphs of dancers that are hard to believe as real.

Modern dance is something not everyone understands. This collection will make you wonder how it is that human beings can create such kinetic sculpture with their bodies and some pieces of cloth.
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5つ星のうち 5.0 Airborne: Lois Greenfield's photographic tribute to the art of dance 2013/3/11
投稿者 John Williamson - (Amazon.com)
Lois Greenfield is an amazing photographer, to put it mildly. Since the 1980s, her photos have made their indelible imprint on the world of dance, and her claim to fame is her amazing ability to capture the human form in motion. Some have compared her work with Eadweard Muybridge for his exploration of human locomotion, and with Henri Cartier-Bresson for capturing the elusive moment and doing it artfully.

Airborne: The New Dance Photography of Lois Greenfield was first published in 1998, and my copy shows how often I've thumbed through it over the years, pausing to view her extraordinary images time over. I've gifted this book in the past because it's not only an excellent photography book, but one that's good for students of dance in that so many forms are here on the pages in beautifully reproduced black and white.

The preface was written by William E. Ewing, the former director of the Musée de l'Elysée in Lausanne, Switzerland. Ewing is a noted author of books on photographic representation of the human body and curator of numerous international exhibitions on the subject. From there we explore various full and double-page plates, which are presented in two sections: Earthbound, and Airborne. There are also commentaries by the author on the plates in each section.

Lois Greenfield launched her career as a photojournalist while at Brandeis University in Massachusetts, working for Boston's alternative and independent newspapers. Three years after graduating, she moved back to New York City, in 1973, where she established herself as a photographer specializing in the dynamic cultural sphere of the time. It was an assignment for the Village Voice to photograph a Rudolf Nureyev collaboration with Paul Taylor that whetted her appetite for the dance, and additional work followed for the Village Voice, Time, Newsweek, Rolling Stone, Dance Magazine and other publications.

Working with some of the best dance talent of the era, Greenfield saw that a whole new vocabulary and grammar of dance was evolving, and that New York City was at the very center of this experiment. Soon she had convinced her editors at the Village Voice to run her pictures alongside their regular dance reviews, and this would prove an excellent and long-lasting alliance.

Her compositions of beautiful bodies frozen in space in this book are truly awe-inspiring, and her carefully-chosen photographic gear (Hasselblad cameras and Broncolor studio strobes) afford her to concentrate on the image and it's composition. But what really stands out to this reader is that Ms. Greenfield is a true master of lighting, as we find perfection in each of the images of this book.

It goes without saying that her work has appeared in numerous advertising campaigns and editorial spreads, along with many gallery showings, and this book offers a sampler of her extensive portfolio at the time that it was published. Her editorial clients have included Elle, Vogue, Life, The New York Times Magazine, Sports Illustrated and Time. You'll find her photographs in print ads for Capezio, Cutty Sark, Raymond Weil watches, Pepsi, Epson, AT&T, IBM, Xerox, Rolex, DuPont fabrics, Sony Music, Orangina and others. She currently also creates advertising and promotional photos for dance companies around the world.

Once you've seen the images in this book, it won't be difficult to recognize her photographic signature in much of the print media we see today.

Airborne: The New Dance Photography of Lois Greenfield is one of those books that will trigger questions like, "How did the dancers get in those positions?" But after that initial reaction, settle back and enjoy the exquisite images that you'll find within the pages of this book. It's a true photographic tribute to the art of dance, and presented by a master.

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