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Stern Portfolio No. 69 Nadav Kander (Englisch) Gebundene Ausgabe – 12. September 2012

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  • Gebundene Ausgabe: 96 Seiten
  • Verlag: teNeues Verlag; Auflage: Pck (12. September 2012)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 3652000706
  • ISBN-13: 978-3652000703
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 1,3 x 27,3 x 35,6 cm
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3 von 3 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich Von Jan Ko am 11. März 2014
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Der vorliegende Bildband gibt auch Dank seiner texte einen guten Einblick in das Werk Nadav Kanders, das auf den 96 großformatigen Seiten natürlich nicht erschöpfend abgehandelt werden kann. Anders als jedoch der Beschreibungstext vermuten lässt, liegt der Schwerpunkt deutlich auf Kanders Wirken als Portraitfotograf; lediglich zwölf seiner den Portraits in nichts nachstehenden Landschaftsfotografien haben ihren Weg in den Bildband gefunden. Dies ist jedoch nicht unbedingt als Nachteil zu werten, da die konventionelle Art der Bindung die Betrachtung der doppelseitgen Landschaftsbilder nicht unbedingt erleichtert.
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This is a magnificent monograph of some of Nadav Kanders most striking work ... 24. März 2013
Von D. Fowler - Veröffentlicht auf
David Lynch's striking portrait gracing the cover of Nadav Kander's new monograph is somehow an appropriate introduction, if one could call it that. Well known for his surrealistic films, simply opening the cover opens the door to Kandar's striking and sometimes surrealistic portrait and landscape photography. Prefacing his photographs of several dream-like environs, Kander claims "I always look for places on the edge of uneasiness." He definitely has achieved this when we see a building crumbling with age, orange cones signifying a road closure, and an anti-ballistic missile pointing toward everyone, yet nowhere in particular.

Kander's portraits elicit the have-I-seen-you-somewhere response. Boy George as Leigh Bowery, Desmond Tutu, Julian Schnabel, Brad Pitt and others jump out from the pages asking us to find something about them we never may have never seen before. Somehow Kander camera captures a range of emotion with a simple click. The angst of his Madonna Child, a young girl awaiting a foster home, can still tug at our heartstrings. Then there is a pensive Barack Obama overlooking nine men and women who were critical to his presidential election. What do they tell us from their posturing for the camera?

Perhaps the most striking part of Kander's monograph are his nudes. They have been painted white "and on most of the pictures their faces are turned away from the viewer." Kander seeks to capture their vulnerability, loneliness, and humanity. Unflattering if we think of them in terms of how commercialization has coerced us into thinking we are one thing. Beautiful if we think of how we really are. I see little stage-managing in Kander's work, perhaps something I feel adds to the appeal of his work. We can see what we want to see as his camera captures the landscapes and the faces, both I find very alluring.

This book courtesy of the publisher.
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An exquisite collection of Nadav Kander's photographs 19. März 2013
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This book contains a lovely collections of photos taken by Nadav Kander including his famous"Diver, Salt Lake, Utah 1997", of a woman alone on a diving board overlooking a huge lake which has an almost surreal feeling to it. Also included is "China, Chongqing IV (Sunday Pictnic), Chongqing Municipality, 2006" which shows a group of people seated at a table with tablecloth with drinks below an overpass/bridge. It's kind of an unusual photo, but one that captivates because it makes me wonder why the people chose such a place to relax on a day that looks kind of foggy or smoggy and not particularly inviting. It also makes me wonder why Kander took this photo. His work is often like that. He says in this book that he looks for places on the edge of uneasienss. He calls them troubled lands in the past that he photographs very intuitively and tries to see what affects him in the place. His landscape photos give me that kind of feeling too. There is a lot of thought that goes into each one.

This collection also contains many beautiful portraits of such diverse people as Spike Jonze, Brad Pitt, Julian Schnabel, Boy George and Michael Caine. At the end of this section is a portrait of President Obama which was photographed for The New York Times Magazine as a cover feature. (I only wish this had been a full page photo.) and nine photos of some of his staff including Hillary Clinton and Rahm Emanuel. The one of Denis McDonough was my favorite of the staff portraits. Kander has a way of capturing a person's soul in his photographs. They draw you in and you can't stop looking.

The last section of the book contains "Bodies" or whitewashed nudes which are unusual and rather haunting. Their bodies were painted white and their faces turned away from the camera. There is an overall melancholy about them.

This book was published in the U.S. by teNeues Publishing Company who provided a review copy of this book, and like all of their books, was beautifully printed on high quality paper and hard cover. It would make a great coffee table book or gift for anyone who admires Nadav Kander's photos or wants to be introduced to this talented artist.
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The mysticism of the photography of Nadav Kander 12. Februar 2013
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The project that stern Fotografie has assumed over time has produced some of the more important monographs of contemporary photography before the public today. This particular monograph, No. 69 in their series, concerns the work of Nadav Kander, who was born in Israel, raised in South Africa and lives today in London. It is a revelation to those unfamiliar with his work.

Whether capturing and manipulating landscapes (there is a section of images from along the Yangtze River in China) opens the book and the images are strange and stunning. According to Kander, `I always look for the places on the edge of uneasiness, I've called them troubled lands in the past...I photograph very intuitively and try to see what affects me in the place. The Yangtze River was a way of giving me a pathway through China...It's a great metaphor for change, of course, and also very spiritually in the hearts and minds of most Chinese people.' And in addition to foggy riverscapes Kander focuses on strange picnics below a pier, partially lifted/completed bridges, rocket launchers, bathers, submerged motorcycles, houses - all in a strange light that could just possibly be a comment on the air pollution in the massively industrialized country.

But Nadav Kander is best known for his portraits of celebrities (David Lynch is the cover of the book), among these being moody images of Brad Pitt, Michael Fassbinder, Lily Allen, Boy George, Benecio del Toro. Mark Strong, Julian Schnabel, Desmond Tutu, Sophia Loren, Michael Caine, Spike Jones (with fennel), President Obama and his supporters - each is a seductively surreal mood with that sort of privacy shared that few other photographers can capture. As a comment in the book explains, `His pictures are more than mere photography. They show us landscapes, people and bodies in their nakedness and vulnerability. His work has augmented photography. At first glance, his photographs depict peace and quiet; look again and you see the disquiet of out existence.'

The final spread in this very fine book is a series of men and women Kander painted white and then posed them with great artistry. As kinder states, `The bodies were painted white and on most of the pictures their faces are turned away from the viewer. So they're there and they're not there - and that reflects the melancholy in us. Below the surface beauty always has some difficulty, and that's a wonderful thing. The vulnerability through form is what I'm seeking to show. What it is to be alone in the world. What it is to be human.'

This is book, an artwork that is very special indeed. There are hours of contemplation awaiting the reader, the viewer, the receptor. Grady Harp, February 13
Five Stars 7. Oktober 2014
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It's brilliant book.
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