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Yul Brynners reputation as one of the twentieth centurys most charismatic and versatile actors is irrefutable. But his talent as a photographer has been relatively unknown and unacknowledged. YUL will change that, presenting Brynners photographic oeuvre for the first time in a comprehensive and lavish way in book form. Brynners subjects are some of the pivotal figures of cinematic and stage history, and his talent lies in capturing these people and particularly actors (those best at disguising their true selves) at ease, both on and off set: Charlton Heston as Moses in The Ten Commandments, Audrey Hepburn in a gondola in Venice, Elizabeth Taylor relaxing poolside. YUL also contains candid shots of Brynners family. Comprising a selection made from 8,000 images and press cuttings edited by Brynners daughter Victoria Brynner, YUL is divided into four volumes: Lifestyle, Life on Set, 1956 (the pivotal year of The King and I, The Ten Commandments and Anastasia), and Man of Style which contains portraits of Brynner by photographers such as Richard Avedon, Henri Cartier-Bresson and Inge Morath. Published on the twenty-fifth anniversary of Brynners death, YUL is a celebration of Brynners photographic legacy and a complex portrait of the man himself. Yul Brynner (19201985) was an actor, director, musician and photographer. One of Hollywoods most respected performers, Brynner is best known for his depiction on stage and screen of King Mongkut in The King and I, for which he won both Academy and Tony Awards. Brynners other films include The Buccaneer (1958), The Magnificent Seven (1960) and Westworld (1973). Exhibition: Lehmann/Maupin Gallery, New York, September 2010; Galerie du Passage, Pierre Passebon, September- October, Paris 2010
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Descripción Steidl, 2010. Condición: Neuf. 4 volumes prÃ sentÃ s sous coffret. Un trÃ s bel ensemble. Nº de ref. del artículo: JB-SZDR-8C0P
Descripción Steidl, 2010. Hardcover. Condición: New. Never used!. Nº de ref. del artículo: P113869301317