Item description for Children by William Ropp, Jan Saudek, Anne Tucker, Audrey Yue, JD Mettler, James Coe, Diane Thompson & Steve Thompson...
The French photographer William Ropp is well-known for the unique style in which he captures the mysterious aspects of human nature. Taking outstanding pictures of children is only one part of the internationally renowned photographer's oeuvre. Surprisingly, it is not the viewer who gazes at the children; they rather redirect the stare towards the person looking at the unfathomable black and white pictures. Seemingly coming from a different time, these young human beings unify ancient mysteries and timeless questions in their appearances. The artist's foreword gives an insight into his technique, illuminating the enigmatic pictures.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.5" Width: 9.75" Height: 13" Weight: 2.1 lbs.
Release Date Sep 15, 2004
Publisher Kehrer Verlag
ISBN 3936636257 ISBN13 9783936636253
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More About William Ropp, Jan Saudek, Anne Tucker, Audrey Yue, JD Mettler, James Coe, Diane Thompson & Steve Thompson
Ropp's work has appeared in countless individual and group exhibitions in museums and galleries around the world, and in publications. Ropp was the winner of the "First Prize" and the "Black and White Prize" of the 1997 European Final Polaroid Art Awards. A former stage director, he lives in his native France.
I do NOT agree with the Tag "Disturbing" (suggested below) at all !!! This book shows fine photography in a fine way - the effects used on the images turn them into slightly unreal realities, and the images themselves are nothing more than portrayals of beautiful people... even if they are children !