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Kaat Amsterdam Basic Überwurf Farbe: nude
89,95 € *
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Sanfte Farben und ein zurückhaltendes Design kennzeichnen die wunderschöne Tagesdecke Basic von Kaat Amsterdam. Die schön schlichte Gestaltung in Diagonalsteppung bringt eine wunderbare Ruhe in Ihr Schlafzimmer und bildet die Basis für

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Stand: 15.07.2020
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Dancers After Dark
14,07 € *
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One hundred photos that beautifully illustrate the potential of the human body and spirit. These photos of dancers and acrobats celebrate the hard work and the dedication it takes to succeed in dancing, acting, photography - or really any creative endeavor that at first may be incredibly frightening or make you feel vulnerable but once achieved offers an exhilaration previously unimagined. The photos are timed to begin at twilight - "where night begins and dreams are spun" - and proceed through sunset to the dark of night, then into dawn. The accompanying text includes an introduction from the author, describing how he came to this idea, what he learned from the fearlessness of these dancers, and how he shot so many dancers in public and nude without being arrested (yet!). The text that accompanies the photos includes quotes, stories, inspiration from the dancers. From the author: "At its core, Dancers After Dark is about a willingness to say yes rather than no, about finding a passion and pursuing it without apprehension or doubt. The willingness of these performers to throw themselves into the streets without fear of failure (or incarceration) has led to results we could not have imagined. Celebrating their unadorned physiques allows the dancers to demonstrate their grace, strength, and perseverance. The quiet beauty of the dancers plays well against the fearlessness of the process. The more I shoot DAD and collaborate with spectacular dancers who have dedicated their every waking moment to a low-paying passion and whose careers end at 35 years old, the more this phrase gets stuck in my head: Fearless Beauty. The images, poses, bodies and settings are beautiful, but most importantly, the dancers' cool serenity in the face of intense circumstances (metaphorically and literally) is, for me, the definition of beauty. Their 'calm in the face of the storm' poise never fails to amaze me. The spontaneous and serendipitous process itself requires fearlessness from all the participants, including me." The photos were shot in the following locations: New York City; Baltimore; Washington, DC; Richmond, VA; Miami; Los Angeles; Steamboat Springs, CO; Chicago; Nashville; Philadelphia; St. Louis; Nyack, NY; Jersey Shore, Montreal, Paris, London, English countryside, Berlin, Amsterdam. Still to come: Miami, Toronto, San Francisco (redwoods!), Denver (mountains!), Burlington, VT (foliage), Las Vegas (red rocks, desert & awesome dancers), and Brazil (jungle, beach, everything). The dancers and performers featured - including Broadway star Alan Cumming and dancers from The New York City Ballet, Alvin Ailey, and The Parsons Dance Project - hail from around the country and the world.

Anbieter: buecher
Stand: 15.07.2020
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Dancers After Dark
14,07 € *
ggf. zzgl. Versand

One hundred photos that beautifully illustrate the potential of the human body and spirit. These photos of dancers and acrobats celebrate the hard work and the dedication it takes to succeed in dancing, acting, photography - or really any creative endeavor that at first may be incredibly frightening or make you feel vulnerable but once achieved offers an exhilaration previously unimagined. The photos are timed to begin at twilight - "where night begins and dreams are spun" - and proceed through sunset to the dark of night, then into dawn. The accompanying text includes an introduction from the author, describing how he came to this idea, what he learned from the fearlessness of these dancers, and how he shot so many dancers in public and nude without being arrested (yet!). The text that accompanies the photos includes quotes, stories, inspiration from the dancers. From the author: "At its core, Dancers After Dark is about a willingness to say yes rather than no, about finding a passion and pursuing it without apprehension or doubt. The willingness of these performers to throw themselves into the streets without fear of failure (or incarceration) has led to results we could not have imagined. Celebrating their unadorned physiques allows the dancers to demonstrate their grace, strength, and perseverance. The quiet beauty of the dancers plays well against the fearlessness of the process. The more I shoot DAD and collaborate with spectacular dancers who have dedicated their every waking moment to a low-paying passion and whose careers end at 35 years old, the more this phrase gets stuck in my head: Fearless Beauty. The images, poses, bodies and settings are beautiful, but most importantly, the dancers' cool serenity in the face of intense circumstances (metaphorically and literally) is, for me, the definition of beauty. Their 'calm in the face of the storm' poise never fails to amaze me. The spontaneous and serendipitous process itself requires fearlessness from all the participants, including me." The photos were shot in the following locations: New York City; Baltimore; Washington, DC; Richmond, VA; Miami; Los Angeles; Steamboat Springs, CO; Chicago; Nashville; Philadelphia; St. Louis; Nyack, NY; Jersey Shore, Montreal, Paris, London, English countryside, Berlin, Amsterdam. Still to come: Miami, Toronto, San Francisco (redwoods!), Denver (mountains!), Burlington, VT (foliage), Las Vegas (red rocks, desert & awesome dancers), and Brazil (jungle, beach, everything). The dancers and performers featured - including Broadway star Alan Cumming and dancers from The New York City Ballet, Alvin Ailey, and The Parsons Dance Project - hail from around the country and the world.

Anbieter: buecher
Stand: 15.07.2020
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Travel Is a State of Mind
23,90 CHF *
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'Travel is a State of Mind, by Brad Fairchild and Larry Corse, is an exuberant, poignant, and often powerful volume of poems and photographs. Inspired by a month touring in Europe with friends, the poems bring to life moments of 1000 years of history and the ever-ephemeral present. In small miracles of image, they capture incidents from the lives of the painters-Pieter Breughel, Egon Schiele-as well as glimpses like 'your head bobbing on the crowd like Marie Antoinette's,' or a stained glass portrait of a medieval monarch 'barking commands through painted glass lips-wide-eyed and grimy.' Many of these 'portraits' go deftly beneath the surface of the art and monuments the writers visit-Empress Maria-Teresa of Austria suspended live in her coffin, the self-consciousness of a boy being painted nude by Anton Kolig, furtive lovers having coitus on a bicycle on a bridge at night in Amsterdam. But also, the poems show us the ever-disappearing surface, with its luminous, mundane mystery-a ripped settee cushion at the Hotel Jeanne d'Arc, an old man in Munich dragging a mattress upstairs. The photos and cover art by Christopher McCarra give an unusually strong enhancement to the poems. The overall effect of the book is arresting-a surprising and powerfully felt sense of the richness of life, its perpetual mingling of past and present-lovely, baffling, stern and uncompromising.' -Linda Taylor, poet 'Corse and Fairchild have successfully created a lively narrative that is at once colorful, suggestive and incredibly engaging. They offer us a collection of transient moments in time, masterfully woven together in a charming and remarkably intimate lyrical tapestry. A truly delightful read that not only captures the allure and romance of the journey, but also offers a brilliant insight into the consciousness of the traveler.' - Oliver Self 'Fairchild and Corse send gilded greetings from some of Europe's most dazzling cities. Their poems are the interiors of picture postcards often mirroring each other. They take us beneath the senses to those jeweled chambers where we feel what we see. For anyone who has ever been seduced by Old World charms these poems will carry you back like a beloved souvenir.' - Franklin Abbott, author of Mortal Love: Selected Poems and editor of Boyhood: Growing Up Male.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 15.07.2020
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Travel Is a State of Mind
12,99 € *
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'Travel is a State of Mind, by Brad Fairchild and Larry Corse, is an exuberant, poignant, and often powerful volume of poems and photographs. Inspired by a month touring in Europe with friends, the poems bring to life moments of 1000 years of history and the ever-ephemeral present. In small miracles of image, they capture incidents from the lives of the painters-Pieter Breughel, Egon Schiele-as well as glimpses like 'your head bobbing on the crowd like Marie Antoinette's,' or a stained glass portrait of a medieval monarch 'barking commands through painted glass lips-wide-eyed and grimy.' Many of these 'portraits' go deftly beneath the surface of the art and monuments the writers visit-Empress Maria-Teresa of Austria suspended live in her coffin, the self-consciousness of a boy being painted nude by Anton Kolig, furtive lovers having coitus on a bicycle on a bridge at night in Amsterdam. But also, the poems show us the ever-disappearing surface, with its luminous, mundane mystery-a ripped settee cushion at the Hotel Jeanne d'Arc, an old man in Munich dragging a mattress upstairs. The photos and cover art by Christopher McCarra give an unusually strong enhancement to the poems. The overall effect of the book is arresting-a surprising and powerfully felt sense of the richness of life, its perpetual mingling of past and present-lovely, baffling, stern and uncompromising.' -Linda Taylor, poet 'Corse and Fairchild have successfully created a lively narrative that is at once colorful, suggestive and incredibly engaging. They offer us a collection of transient moments in time, masterfully woven together in a charming and remarkably intimate lyrical tapestry. A truly delightful read that not only captures the allure and romance of the journey, but also offers a brilliant insight into the consciousness of the traveler.' - Oliver Self 'Fairchild and Corse send gilded greetings from some of Europe's most dazzling cities. Their poems are the interiors of picture postcards often mirroring each other. They take us beneath the senses to those jeweled chambers where we feel what we see. For anyone who has ever been seduced by Old World charms these poems will carry you back like a beloved souvenir.' - Franklin Abbott, author of Mortal Love: Selected Poems and editor of Boyhood: Growing Up Male.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 15.07.2020
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