7 edition of Lisette Model found in the catalog.
|Series||55, 55 (Series)|
|Contributions||Model, Lisette, 1901-1983.|
|LC Classifications||TR680 .S952 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||125 p. :|
|Number of Pages||125|
|LC Control Number||2001278240|
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The exhibition Lisette Model: Fotografien opened at the Kunsthalle in Vienna and went on to the Fotomuseum Winterthur in Zürich in The exhibition Lisette Model was shown at Mois de la Photo before going on to Galerie Baudoin Lebon in Paris in Aug 4, - Born Novem Austrian-born, became a photographer in the US. A teacher of Diane Arbus. A longtime friend of Bernice Abbott. See more ideas about Diane arbus, Model and Become a photographer pins.
The landmark publication of Model's work, from the s to the s, features her best-known, incisive images of humanity, from tourists on the Cote d'Azur and high-society New Yorkers, to entertainers, to outcasts, and more. From the preface by Berenice Abbott: "I know of no photographer who has photographed people as inwardly as Lisette Model. Lisette Model began her creative life as a student of music. Through avant-garde composer Arnold Schönberg, with whom she studied piano, she became exposed to the Expressionist painters of early twentieth-century Vienna. She never formally studied photography but took it up in the s while living in Paris.
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A prolific photographer in the s and a member of the New-York cooperative Photo League, she was published in PM’s Weekly, Harper’s Bazaar, US Camera before taking Died: Ma (aged 81), New York, New York.
Lisette Model, photographer and teacher known for her unconventional street images and ruthlessly candid portraits. Born to a Jewish Austrian-Italian father and French Catholic mother, Model was educated first in Vienna and then in Paris. Her music studies with the avant-garde composer Arnold.
Lisette Model was born in Vienna and spent several years in Paris before moving to New York in Three years later she began a twelve-year association with Harper’s Bazaar as a freelance photographer. Starting inshe also taught at the New School for Social Research and in private classes and : Lisette Model.
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Lisette Model is an unsurpassed introduction to one of the twentieth century's most significant photographers--a woman whose searing images and eloquent teachings deeply influenced her students Diane Arbus, Larry Fink and many others.
To mark the twenty-fifth anniversary of Model's death inAuthor: Eugene Atget. Lisette Model Shooting Off My Mouth, Spitting Into the Mirror: A Narrative Autobiography (Book): Parry, Eugenia: Shooting Off My Mouth Spitting Into the Mirror inaugurates a new direction in photography and photography writing, as author Eugenia Parry offers an interpretation of the work of Lisette Model () through a meta-fictional soliloquy by the artist.
Lisette Model by Model, Lisette and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at While training as a musician in Vienna, Lisette Model studied under the avant-garde composer Arnold Schoenberg, who introduced her to the Expressionist painters of the early 20th century.
Influenced by European modernist philosophy and aesthetics, Model abandoned music in Paris intaking up painting and then ality: American-Austrian. MODEL, Lisette. Lisette Model.
(Millerton, New York): Aperture, (). Slim folio, original laminated gray photographic boards, original dust jacket, original packing case. First trade edition of Model's bold and extravagant photobook-"outrageous, hilarious and full of wild life" (Roth), with 51 dynamic photogravures (including 15 double-page).
Along with Berenice Abbott and Weegee, Lisette Model became a photographer of New York. The city--the place became very important to Model--even her portraits are uniquely anchored to place.
By Elsa Dorfman, Ann Thomas on Lisette Model (Published by the National Gallery of Canada to accompany an. Lisette Model is the author of Lisette Model ( avg rating, 14 ratings, 1 review, published ), Eugène Atget ( avg rating, 63 ratings, 4 review /5. Lisette Model is an unsurpassed introduction to one of the twentieth century's most significant photographers--a woman whose searing images and eloquent teachings deeply influenced her students Diane Arbus, Larry Fink and many others.
To mark the twenty-fifth anniversary of Model's death inAperture is reissuing this classic, highly collectible. Lisette Model fell in love with New York City at first sight: "when we put our feet on Riverside Drive, we felt in love in a split second.
the beauty of the highways, the poetry of the skyscrapers." Her early New York photographs are a homage to the .THOMAS, Ann. Lisette Model. Ottawa: National Gallery of Canada, Tall, thick quarto, original illustrated stiff paper covers. $ First edition of this comprehensive museum catalogue, produced in conjunction with the retrospective exhibition at the National Gallery of Canada, with rich duotones.Lisette Model was born in Vienna, where she studied piano and compositional theory with Arnold Schönberg before moving to Paris.
She discontinued her musical career inand discovered photography through her sister Olga and her friend Rogi André, André Kertész's wife. She decided to become a full-time photographer soon after, and in.