Fashion Photography Next
- ISBN 9780500544358
- 27.00 x 20.00 cm
- Paperback with flaps
- 272 Illustrations, 208 in colour
- First published 2014
Outstandingly fresh and original fashion images by thirty-five emerging photographers from fourteen countries
‘An exciting glimpse into the wealth of contemporary practices in fashion photography … a dynamic, colourful and multi-faceted presentation’ – ArtDaily.org
‘An exciting collection of work … beautifully printed … a really diverse, exciting and optimistic book’ – World Photo
‘A visual feast of inspiring works and insights to individual career pathways from the image makers that need to be on your radar’ – AdornGirl.com
‘Outstanding, fresh and original images by thirty-five emerging photographers … utterly memorable’ – Hungry Eye
‘Compelling … the range of creative techniques is enormous … a bold, vivid book, and essential viewing for those interested in both contemporary photography and fashion’ – The Daily Telegraph
The photographs brought together here are diverse, striking, sometimes shocking, but, like all great photography, utterly memorable – from Axel Hoedt’s bold graphic experimentation and fascination with traditional costume, and Erik Madigan Heck’s painterly use of colour and natural light, to Daniel Jackson’s exploitation of movement and dynamic shape or Hanna Putz’s cool neutral aesthetic.
With an introduction that sets out the meaning of contemporary fashion photography and its main visual trends, as well as texts on each of the photographers that profile and critique their careers and work to date, this book looks beyond what is ‘now’ and showcases what comes ‘next’.
Magdalene Keaney is a photography curator and writer. She was formerly the Associate Curator of Photographs at the National Portrait Gallery in London and was the inaugural Creative Director of the Fashion Space Gallery at the London College of Fashion. She has contributed to major museum catalogues such as MoMu Antwerp’s 'Stephen Jones & the Accent of Fashion', and the V&A’s 'Yohji Yamamoto' .Her exhibitions include ‘Lewis Morley: Myself and Eye’ at the Australian National Portrait Gallery and ‘Irving Penn Portraits’ at the National Portrait Gallery in London.