Book: Sereny Eva «Through Her Lens»

Through Her Lens

Производитель: "Antique Collectors Club"

Stories and photography intermingle on the pages of this gorgeous homage to 70s and 80s cinema and celebrity. Including rare and never-before-seen images, Through Her Lens is a wonderful collection of images and memoires that capture the spirit of the age. From unexpected late-night calls from Romy Schneider, to a stay at Paul Newman`s home in Connecticut; from working on set with Bernardo Bertolucci, Werner Herzog, Steven Spielberg and Sydney Pollack, to lounging poolside with Raquel Welch; Sereny reveals her favourite moments from working behind the lens. This is the first photographic retrospective of Sereny`s star-studded career, including nearly 100 never-before-seen images complemented by Eva`s own stories.

Издательство: "Antique Collectors Club" (2018)

ISBN: 978-1-85149-892-5

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