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IKOИEN

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Previously unpublished work on commemoration, effigies and iconic figures by master photographer Anton Corbijn

Master photographer and director/filmmaker Anton Corbijn presents in his latest publication a series of striking images focusing on icons and how they are commemorated.

IKOИEN contains three series: Cemeteries, a. somebody and Lenin, USSR.

Cemeteries is an intriguing collection of black-and-white photos of gravestones. In a. somebody, we can see dozens of self-portraits after past legends from the world of music, photographed in Strijen, the village of Corbijn’s birth – outdoors and in his studio. The book also shows previously unpublished series on Lenin’s visual presence in the former USSR from the early 1980s.

With a preface by Anton Corbijn and a text contribution by art writer Dominic Eichler.

Dominic Eichler is a Berlin-based free­lance art critic, writer and musi­cian. Since 1997 he has regu­larly written arti­cles, edito­rials and reviews for leading inter­na­tional art publi­ca­tions. Between 2007 and 2011, he was "contributing editor" of Frieze maga­zine. He has also written catalogue essays for numerous Euro­pean and US museums and insti­tu­tions, including The Guggen­heim Museum, MoMA, Kunst­mu­seum Basel, Schirn Kunsthalle Frank­furt and many art asso­ci­a­tions. In 2005, he was awarded the German AdKV Prize for Art Crit­i­cism.

  • 34 x 24 cm
  • 176 pages
  • Hardcover
  • Quadrichromy
  • English edition
  • ISBN 978 94 6436 681 5

IKOИEN (EN, signed copy)

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Previously unpublished work on commemoration, effigies and iconic figures by master photographer Anton Corbijn

Master photographer and director/filmmaker Anton Corbijn presents in his latest publication a series of striking images focusing on icons and how they are commemorated.

IKOИEN contains three series: Cemeteries, a. somebody and Lenin, USSR.

Cemeteries is an intriguing collection of black-and-white photos of gravestones. In a.somebody, we can see dozens of self-portraits after past legends from the world of music, photographed in Strijen, the village of Corbijn’s birth – outdoors and in his studio. The book also shows previously unpublished series on Lenin’s visual presence in the former USSR from the early 1980s.

With a preface by Anton Corbijn and a text contribution by art writer Dominic Eichler.

Dominic Eichler is a Berlin-based free­lance art critic, writer and musi­cian. Since 1997 he has regu­larly written arti­cles, edito­rials and reviews for leading inter­na­tional art publi­ca­tions. Between 2007 and 2011, he was "contributing editor" of Frieze maga­zine. He has also written catalogue essays for numerous Euro­pean and US museums and insti­tu­tions, including The Guggen­heim Museum, MoMA, Kunst­mu­seum Basel, Schirn Kunsthalle Frank­furt and many art asso­ci­a­tions. In 2005, he was awarded the German AdKV Prize for Art Crit­i­cism.

  • Signed copy
  • 34 x 24 cm
  • 176 pages
  • Hardcover
  • Quadrichromy
  • English edition
  • ISBN 978 94 6436 681 5

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