He also enhanced the visual quality of the catalogues of his lingerie company by asking Brassaï, Germaine Krull, André Kertész, Roger Schall, and Jean Moral to photograph his merchandise. Diana Slip targeted a mixed clientele: some ...
Author: Alix Agret
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Drawing on a panorama of materials from 1930s France, Eroticism and Photography in 1930s French Magazines takes a new approach to studying a certain type of image from a certain time. Previously untapped by historians, magazines such as Paris Magazine, Paris Sex Appeal, Pages Folles, Pour lire à deux, and Scandale are inscribed in the context of the interwar years. They reflect that context through a bawdy style, an audacious and multifaceted aesthetic – from kitsch to modern – and permeability to reproducibility. With a focus on the photographs as components of the magazines’ layout, Alix Agret critically examines their interrelations with texts and graphics without neglecting the history surrounding them, which forms a backdrop to the analyses of this previously unstudied source material. The first study of its kind, this is a timely scholarly contribution to the field of the history of photographs. This book will be of interest to scholars in the field of history of photography, French history, and twentieth-century art history.
Residing somewhere between visual pornography and the photographic nude, erotic photography may be most clearly distinguished through an analysis of ... Erotic photographs first appeared in France around 1845 and soon after in England.
Author: John Hannavy
The Encyclopedia of Nineteenth-Century Photography is the first comprehensive encyclopedia of world photography up to the beginning of the twentieth century. It sets out to be the standard, definitive reference work on the subject for years to come. Its coverage is global – an important ‘first’ in that authorities from all over the world have contributed their expertise and scholarship towards making this a truly comprehensive publication. The Encyclopedia presents new and ground-breaking research alongside accounts of the major established figures in the nineteenth century arena. Coverage includes all the key people, processes, equipment, movements, styles, debates and groupings which helped photography develop from being ‘a solution in search of a problem’ when first invented, to the essential communication tool, creative medium, and recorder of everyday life which it had become by the dawn of the twentieth century. The sheer breadth of coverage in the 1200 essays makes the Encyclopedia of Nineteenth-Century Photography an essential reference source for academics, students, researchers and libraries worldwide.
fetish, which was a prominent one in France.50 Instead of the Iranian features of women with men's clothes (such as the ... Likewise, the photographs of women display aspects of French erotic tastes, since French pornography had ...
Author: Staci Gem Scheiwiller
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Nineteenth-century Iran was an ocularcentered society predicated on visuality and what was seen and unseen, and photographs became liminal sites of desire that maneuvered "betwixt and between" various social spaces—public, private, seen, unseen, accessible, and forbidden—thus mapping, graphing, and even transgressing those spaces, especially in light of increasing modernization and global contact during the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Of primary interest is how photographs negotiated and coded gender, sexuality, and desire, becoming strategies of empowerment, of domination, of expression, and of being seen. Hence, the photograph became a vehicle to traverse multiple locations that various gendered physical bodies could not, and it was also the social and political relations that had preceded the photograph that determined those ideological spaces of (im)mobility. In identifying these notions in photographs, one may glean information about how modern Iran metamorphosed throughout its own long durée or resisted those societal transformations as a result of modernization.
In the late 1950s and 1960s, erotic nude photography became increasingly prevalent in the civilized world, with European countries such as Denmark and France leading the way with increasingly daring and artistic publications.
Author: Stephen Pentacoste
In the late 1950s and 1960s, erotic nude photography became increasingly prevalent in the civilized world, with European countries such as Denmark and France leading the way with increasingly daring and artistic publications. GLAMOUR GIRLS OF PARIS 2 contains over 120 stunning and provocative photographs from vintage French erotic magazines at the forefront of classic pictorial erotica. GLAMOUR GIRLS is a series of high-quality erotic photography publications edited by Stephen Pentacoste, creator of the Irving Klaw art anthology Psycho Girls In Bondage. Previous volumes have included Glamour Girls Of Paris 1 and Glamour Girls Of Tokyo.
... picturesque types, and erotic pictures.2 The products and display cases of printshops and photography studios were among the capital's attractions, touted in guidebooks and deftly integrated into a pedestrian concourse of boutiques, ...
Author: Jillian Lerner
This book explores a range of experimental self-portraits made in France between 1840 and 1870, including remarkable images by Hippolyte Bayard, Nadar, Duchenne de Boulogne, and Countess de Castiglione. Adapting photography for different social purposes, each of these pioneers showcased their own body as a living artifact and iconic attraction. Jillian Lerner considers performative portraits that exhibit uncanny transformations of identity and embodiment. She highlights the tactical importance of photographic demonstrations, promotions, conversations, and the mongrel forms of montage, painted photographs, and captioned specimens. The author shows how photographic practices are mobilized in diverse cultural contexts and enmeshed with the histories of art, science, publicity, urban spectacle, and private life in nineteenth-century France. Tracing calculated and creative approaches to a new medium, this research also contributes to an archaeology of the present. It furnishes a prehistory of the “selfie” and offers historical perspectives on the forces that reshape human perception and social experience. This interdisciplinary study will appeal to readers interested in the history of photography, art, visual culture, and media studies.
38–46 Mail-order physique photographs, ca. 1940s–50s, gelatin silver prints. Various makers, including KoVert of Hollywood, Lon of New York, Tony Lanza, and Western Photography Guild. figs. 47, 48 French erotic cards, ca.
Author: Frances Terpak
Publisher: Getty Publications
Celebrated photographer Robert Mapplethorpe challenged the limits of censorship and conformity, combining technical and formal mastery with unexpected, often provocative content that secured his place in history. Mapplethorpe’s artistic vision helped shape the social and cultural fabric of the 1970s and ’80s and, following his death in 1989 from AIDS, informed the political landscape of the 1990s. His photographic works continue to resonate with audiences all over the world. Throughout his career, Mapplethorpe preserved studio files and art from every period and vein of his production, including student work, jewelry, sculptures, and commercial assignments. The resulting archive is fascinating and astonishing. With over 400 illustrations, this volume surveys a virtually unknown resource that sheds new light on the artist’s motivations, connections, business acumen, and talent as a curator and collector.
The first volume of Glamour Girls, a new series of high-quality, vintage erotic photography publications showcasing the most voluptuous girls from around the world.
Author: Stephen Pentacoste
In the late 1950s and 1960s, erotic nude photography became increasingly prevalent in the civilized world, with European countries such as Denmark and France leading the way with increasingly daring and artistic publications.GLAMOUR GIRLS OF PARIS contains over 120 stunning and provocative photographs from vintage French erotic magazines at the forefront of classic pictorial erotica.The first volume of "Glamour Girls", a new series of high-quality, vintage erotic photography publications showcasing the most voluptuous girls from around the world.
It is riskier to argue that the French harem picture in the nineteenth century is also grounded in positivism. ... French harem pictures could more readily be given the descriptor "erotic" while British harem pictures are relatively ...
Author: Joan DelPlato
Publisher: Fairleigh Dickinson Univ Press
This is a critical study of French and Britis art and written texts (poetry, literature, travel accounts, art criticism)- orientalist works about the harem produced in the period from 1800-1875. Original readings are provided for over 150 harem pictures, from well-known salon paintings to rarely published erotic popular prints and book illustrations. 'Multiple Wives, Multiple Pleasures' examines these works closely, often establishing fresh contexts for many of the more well-known nineteenth century harem pictures, and often providing a consideration of lesser-known harem pictures that have been rarely published until now.
“Photographies — Canivets, souvenirs — papiers à lettres, Valentines — Images enfantines et à transformations. ... Some of Dignimont's erotic photographs, books, watercolors, lithographs, and postcards were seen when his collection was ...
Publisher: Yale University Press
A deep dive into the pioneering collection of nineteenth-century French photographs, equipment, and ephemera, which is a cornerstone of the George Eastman Museum In the early twentieth century, Parisian photographer, amateur historian, and collector Gabriel Cromer (1873-1934) amassed a collection that traced photography's prehistory, invention, and development to about 1890. His dream was to found a national museum of the photographic arts in France. Although Cromer's ambition was never realized, his collection was central to establishing the world's first museum dedicated to photography: the George Eastman Museum. The Cromer Collection of Nineteenth‑Century French Photography considers the origin and circulation of the collection as well as the influence it has had on photography as a field of study. The book's six essays, written by French and American scholars, explore the Cromer Collection's complex passage across markets, borders, and functions. For more than half a century, curators and scholars worldwide have drawn extensively on the Gabriel Cromer Collection for exhibitions and publications; this book provides the first focused scholarly study of the foundational resource.
Yet the origin of each particular photograph is difficult to determine, as the majority of photographs carry neither their ... Erotic postcards, according to Martin Stevens' introduction to his collection in French Postcards: Album ...
Author: Christiane Brosius
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
Category: Social Science
Today, hardly anything moves as fast across the globe as images and media. This fact opens new avenues to explore social and cultural change, but also poses new theoretical challenges of how to grasp and better understand these changes and flows. Moreover, such movements across geophysical and cultural borders have a historical depth that enables us to explore globalisation and localisation in new ways. Transculturality is still a relatively new field of research in the Humanities through which we sharpen our competence and ‘literacy’ to come to terms with the complexity of globalised cultures. This volume ventures into new domains of research on the transculturality of images and addresses the need to develop new or modify established often ethno- and Eurocentric interpretations of what happens when images travel. It does so by bringing together cutting-edge research from fields such as art history, cultural anthropology, colonial history, Islamic studies, religious studies and literary criticism.
( The title , of course , referred to the famous French erotic novel , in which the masochistic heroine works as a fashion photographer . ) French Vogue permitted much more overt eroticism , but even in France there were complaints when ...
Author: Valerie Steele
Publisher: Yale University Press
Describes top trends and designers of the past fifty years, including their social and cultural contexts
Photography and the Body in Nineteenth-Century France Raisa Rexer, Anne E. Linton. ALI BEHDAD Le harem pluriel: Jean Geiser and Photographic Orientalism The prevalence of erotic photographs of North African women, taken by both European ...
Author: Anne E. Linton
Publisher: Yale University Press
The first Yale French Studies issue on photography, examining French photography's place in art, identity, and society through a lens of diversity and interdisciplinary investigation In its first issue on photography, this volume of Yale French Studies presents multiple avenues of interdisciplinary investigation designed to intersect and open up new areas of inquiry in the twenty-first century. These intersections push beyond traditional geographic and gender boundaries, exploring women's photography, new cultural contexts, trans orientalism, and minority and marginalized bodies. As they do so, they ask us to reconsider the way that we conceive of photography's place in the past and in our lives today.
Paris Pussy presents a stunning array of these vintage photographs, simultaneously taking readers back to the style of more innocent decades and delivering a strong erotic thrill at the rediscovery of these wanton Parisian girls in their ...
Author: Jean Le Baptiste
In 1950s and 1960s Paris, a host of glamour magazines sprang up featuring voluptuous nude pin-up girls thrust in front of hungry cameras in sleazy backstreet studios. Magazines like Paradise, Sensation and Pink and Black were at the forefront, featuring scores of sexy young amateurs. Paris Pussy presents a stunning array of these vintage photographs, simultaneously taking readers back to the style of more innocent decades and delivering a strong erotic thrill at the rediscovery of these wanton Parisian girls in their sexual prime.
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This book is the second of two volumes assembled by noted Japanese editor and art director Makoto Orui; and like its predecessor, L'Amour: French Glamour Girls, Venus presents us with an intriguing look at the sensual side of postwar French ...
Author: Makoto Orui
Publisher: Graphic Sha Publishing Company
In keeping with the current retro chic boom, French pin-up girl images of the 50's and 60's have become highly sought after both for their bent toward eroticism and as inspiration for today's photographers. Proliferating during the heyday of nude and glamour magazines, these images were precursors to the coming changes in societal mores and sexual expression. This book is the second of two volumes assembled by noted Japanese editor and art director Makoto Orui; and like its predecessor, L'Amour: French Glamour Girls, Venus presents us with an intriguing look at the sensual side of postwar French culture. These are subtle yet powerfully erotic photographs, alluring in their quiet, daylight settings and classically posed models, whose aura lies in their natural, imperfect beauty -- a beauty that has mostly been disregarded by the narrow standards of today's mainstream aesthetic. This fascinating and exquisitely reproduced book features over 150 photographs by artists from different countries, as well as a special jacket designed as a pin-up.
Photographic histories such as McCauley's ( 1994 ) confirm that the commercial development of photography had been more rapid in France, specifically in the genre of 'erotic' photography. Munby's records support this when, ...
Author: Sarah Edge
In the mid-1860s Arthur J Munby began to collect the first mass-produced photographic images of working-class women in England, recording fascinating details about the women, the places he purchased the photographs and the raging debates on this new commercial practice of photography, in accompanying diaries. Many of these images – not to mention Munby’s fascinating diaries - have never been published before. This book examines this previously un-investigated archive, offering a fresh and arresting perspective on the interrelationships between photographic representations of working-class women, the creation of new identities of class and gender and the evolution of popular conceptions of photography itself.
French erotic photography from the 1920s-1930s Minor whipping also appears in the next short, plus plenty of smiling and the head of a cameraman again in one shot. Unlike Irving Klaw's more visually staid approach—master shots, ...
Author: Nico B
Publisher: SCB Distributors
Category: Performing Arts
Celebrating the 25th anniversary of Cult Epics – the controversial arthouse, horror and erotica video label – this commemorative hardcover book covers essential releases from filmmakers such as Tinto Brass, Fernando Arrabal, Radley Metzger, Walerian Borowcyzk, Jean Genet, Abel Ferrara, George Barry, Rene Daalder, Agusti Villaronga, Jorg Buttgereit, Gerald Kargl, Nico B, Irving Klaw, and pinup legend Bettie Page. Includes in-depth reviews of films, interviews, and essays on directors by film critics Nathaniel Thompson, Mark R. Hasan, Michael den Boer, Ian Jane, Stephen Thrower, Marcus Stiglegger, Heather Drain and others – fully illustrated in color with rare photos, poster art, and memorabilia.
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Author: Library of Congress. Office for Subject Cataloging Policy
MARC Leverette See also: Erotic Photography; Fashion Photography; Nude Photography; Portraiture Biography Born in Berlin ... 1977–1978; named Chevalier des arts et des lettres by the French Minister of Culture, 1989; Awarded the Grosses ...
Author: Lynne Warren
The Encyclopedia of Twentieth-Century Photography explores the vast international scope of twentieth-century photography and explains that history with a wide-ranging, interdisciplinary manner. This unique approach covers the aesthetic history of photography as an evolving art and documentary form, while also recognizing it as a developing technology and cultural force. This Encyclopedia presents the important developments, movements, photographers, photographic institutions, and theoretical aspects of the field along with information about equipment, techniques, and practical applications of photography. To bring this history alive for the reader, the set is illustrated in black and white throughout, and each volume contains a color plate section. A useful glossary of terms is also included.