The Legacy of Guy Bourdin

November 18th, 2010 Posted by Betty comments (9)

Guy Bourdin’s ‘double page spread’ became a landmark in the history of advertising photography. With 300 images, In Between re-assembles many of the original image layouts as they were published in magazines such as French Vogue, British Vogue, Vogue Italy, Harper’s Bazaar, offering a new and illuminating critical context to the creative process.
-Steidl/Dangin

Here are several iconic images from the new Guy Bourdin book, In Between, edited by Shelley Verthime and designed by Pascal Dangin. All images courtesy of Art & Commerce, from The Estate of Guy Bourdin. (Buy it here)

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9 Comments

  1. jeremydante says:

    stunning.

  2. Antonio Barros says:
  3. Gustavo says:

    …and people praise Mario Testino for doing some shitty portraits in Rio

  4. maxF says:

    Or for mert and Marcus making a career from ripping off Guy Bourdin and Helmut Newton. People have very short memories….

  5. trumancapote says:

    THIS S THE REAL DEAL NOT THOSE THAT R CALLED PHOTOGREPHERS TODAY

  6. Rush says:

    Everyone steals from the best; even if not directly;)

  7. Yukiko says:

    Surrealism.

    <3<3

  8. maxF says:

    Everyone has their influences but to steal directly from 2 photographers for a decade is something else. I for one wont be lining up for a Mert and Marcus book in 10 years when I have already got the originals in Guy & Helmut. Don’t get he wrong M&M are talented .. but they are far from original.

  9. Nádia says:

    Wow, those photos are <3

    http://myfashioninsider.blogspot.com/

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