A collaboration between Christophe Brunnquell (Purple art director) and Grégoire Alexandre (photographer) who recompose fashion imagery by dressing their models with images taken from the archives of Vogue Paris, thus creating new ambiguous icons.
The fifth volume in Jack Pierson's famed Tomorrow's Man
series associates archival material and works by contemporary artists in a
collage-like design to produce an exploded vision of the current visual
landscape, draped in vintage homoeroticism and glamour.
Focusing on a lesser known aspect of Walter Pfeiffer's practice, this monograph explores the Swiss photographer's graphic works throughout the decades: large-scale hyper-realistic pencil drawings, drawings in China ink, colored pencils and watercolors, characterized by a joyful sensuality that emanates from his portraits of friends and his floral still lifes.
Swiss-based artist Raffael Waldner is obsessed by car culture: its gloss, glamour and erotic undertones. In Salon, he focuses on motor shows, photographing—with superficial coolness––the hundreds of female models who act as car company ambassadors.
Sylvie Fleury's chromatic and esoteric works from the 2000's are presented together for the first time with her classic pieces from the 1990's in this reference monograph. It thus offers readers a new way to register Fleury's contribution to the art of the last decades.