- Author:Benedikt Taschen Verlag,Richard Kern
- Publisher:Taschen (February 1, 1997)
- Pages:64 pages
- Subcategory:Photography & Video
- FB2 format1590 kb
- ePUB format1617 kb
- DJVU format1138 kb
- Formats:docx lrf rtf doc
New York Girls: Mini book. This Copy looks new. The book cover has no visible wear .
New York Girls: Mini book. The book cover has no visible wear Book condition good. item 2 New York Girls: Mini book by Richard Kern, Benedikt Taschen Paperback 1997 -New York Girls: Mini book by Richard Kern, Benedikt Taschen Paperback 1997.
The photographs themselves, however, generally show a serious lack of imagination and creativity.
Publisher: Taschen, 1997.
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Paperback, amuse-gueule series, 64 pages. Published February 1st 1996 by Taschen (first published November 1st 1995).
This book traces the career of New York's most infamous er, Richard Kern. John Waters said of one of Kern's notorious scum-bag Super-8 movies: 'Finger is the ultimate date movie for psychos. It's the best orno movie in the world and I always show it to people very late at night to make them happy. Paperback, amuse-gueule series, 64 pages.
Uwe Ommer, a sought-after commercial photographer based in New York and Paris, has made a name for himself with his own uncommissioned works, as this book eloquently attests. For the aesthete Uwe Ommer, the bodies of black women represent the epitome of beauty. His photographs are exactly what they show, no more and no less than a homage to female beauty.