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Poladarium 2016

Author : Raban Ruddigkeit
ISBN : 3944721381
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Photodarium Private 2017

Author : Raban Ruddigkeit
ISBN : 3944721691
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Abelard And Heloise Love And Crime

Author : Roland Oberson
ISBN : 1484806751
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Many scholars are familiar with the story of Abelard and Heloise through various translations of their Correspondence from the twelfth century. The catch is, they aren't love letters at all, but legal pieces of a clandestine folder, parts of which have been carefully concealed. Actually the whole forms the framework of an amazing thriller whose pretended witnesses and exponents haven't wanted to find the master key until now. This key is Heloise's pregnancy. In his book Abelard and Heloise. Crime and Love; Remarks on the Literal Translation of Their Correspondence, Author Roland D. Oberson makes clear the true meaning of the affair. She has been abused by her "educator" Rev. Fulbert, canon of the Cathedral of Paris. As schoolgirl, extraordinary clever, she looks in the crucial times of fear to be pregnant for the rescue of her seducing and compassionate teacher in moral and philosophy, Peter Abelard. Surprisingly, at the summit of worldly glory, this potential monk will put all his energy into helping his exceptional student of another gender. The gender question is part of the plot. She becomes his companion and his friend not only for the sake of literary studies, but also for the sake of gender researches already a biased line of questioning at that time. They will first be associates in the process of rescue and redemption of lost sheep Heloise against the unrestrained behavior of the vile representative of the church, her so-called uncle Fulbert. Oberson explains that, besides being a cryptic denunciation of the pedophilic crime, the Correspondence is also a book of redemption. Readers of today must understand the right plot: young teen Heloise has been incestuously raped by her "uncle." The prestigious Master Abelard comes to disclose the offense. He cares for her, but also falls in love for her, in a love that is much more than common love. He surely is the saver of the wretched Heloise, but in no case the father of her rejected bastard Astrolabe. This starkly contradicts the prevailing opinion that their letters exposed a torrid and illicit sexual liaison that results in Heloise's pregnancy. Abelard, the leading master of the schools and at the same time the moral voice of the twelfth century, flagship of the Greek thinkers of the past, in particular Socrates and Aristotle, cannot be the abuser of Heloise and father of her bastard. Unbeatable dialectician, he manages a way out from the scandal. He leads both already true monks in the soul in the only sustainable way. They, who projected to be secular or liberal (free) monks in the world, living as Fathers of the primitive Syrian Desert, enter together a regular monastic life, being than freed when called Christ's slaves. The neglect that has been shown toward Heloise's pregnancy and the ubiquitous trend to describe her as a nymphomaniac spinster leads Oberson to take a closer look. Whereas previous writers and booksellers exploited only the erotic tone of the letters, Oberson concludes that a complete reappraisal of the drama is required. The checking of some Latin words and constantly surreptitious and sarcastic situations leads him first to attempt a more literal translation of the letters into English. The Remarks he exposes are clear evidence that he provides to the credit of quite another exposition of the case. In reality, through this adventurous drama, Abelard becomes the true monk, humble, miserable but born and bred charitable he always has been, ready to die for his friend Heloise, an exceptional child. His discourses about flesh do not make him a lustful pleasure-seeker. They are not far from the acerb comments of the prophet Job. Readers who have embraced the story of Abelard and Heloise will find Oberson's notes updating a long-loved story and breaking the wrongs of past interpretations told over the centuries for not too mysterious reasons. He only tries to stir up the hand laid upon their mouths.

Typomag

Author : Laura Meseguer
ISBN : 9063692439
Genre : Commercial art
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TypoMag is a publication devoted to the use of typography in contemporary magazines.

Instant Love

Author : Jen Altman
ISBN : 9781452113494
Genre : Photography
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With instant film once again available, Polaroids and other instant cameras are enjoying a resurgence in popularity. This friendly and informative guide is the essential how-to book for shooting gorgeous instant pictures with personal panache and a touch of romance. Packed with tips on how to shoot with various cameras, details about the different types of film available, advice on composition and lighting techniques, plus creative projects to transform snapshots into keepsake mementos and portfolios of beautiful images for inspiration, this is the ultimate companion for capturing instant memories.

Letters To Kurt

Author : Eric Erlandson
ISBN : 9781617751141
Genre : Literary Collections
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"Nearly two decades after the death of Kurt Cobain, a friend and fellow musician not only continues to mourn his suicide, but also rages against the culture that he holds responsible. These 52 'letters' . . . combine the subject matter of the Byrds' 'So You Wanna Be a Rock and Roll Star' with the fury of Allen Ginsberg's Howl . . . A catharsis for the writer and perhaps for the reader as well." --Kirkus Reviews "A touching and enlightening collection of prose poems addressed to [Erlandson's] departed friend." --The San Francisco Bay Guardian "Erlandson finally comes to terms with his loss in 52 prose-poem letters ostensibly addressed to Cobain in which he straightforwardly confronts his inner demons while offering personal reflections on food, drug abuse, death, and self-sabotage."--Booklist "The reverberations of Kurt's suicide last to this day, and have touched the lives of many. Dozens of people could have written their own version of this bracingly candid book; Eric Erlandson has written one, filled with rage and love, landmined with detail, that can stand for them all." --Michael Azerrad, author of Come As You Are: The Story of Nirvana "Eric was the spirit-boy in the Nirvana/Hole dynamic. Quiet, bemused, intelligent, and curiously intuitive to the power of hugging the devil, to say we will all be okay . . . Eric expresses how enchanting Kurt was, how the whole scene was, with his thoughtful, radical adult/prose love. Bring on the future, darling."--Thurston Moore, musician "Eric. He was always there: supportive, observing, in the thick of it. Hidden in plain sight . . . Without him, I can't imagine Seattle or L.A. or a dozen other places. This book is beautiful, brutal, brief. Happy-sad eloquence. Boy Scouts playing with the complimentary cologne in the heart of the ghost town. Listen to the man. He knows." --Everett True, author of Nirvana: The Biography Letters to Kurt is an anguished, angry, and tender meditation on the octane and ether of rock and roll and its many moons: sex, drugs, suicide, fame, and rage. It's part Dream Songs, part Bukowski, Ferlinghetti, Ginsberg, and the Clash. Rants, reflections, and gunshot fill these fifty-two prose poems. They are raw, funny, sad, and searching. This will make a beautiful book for anyone who loved Nirvana and Hole and the time and place when their music changed everything. Ultimately, it's an elegy for Kurt and the "suicide idols" who tragically fail to find salvation in their amazing music.

Mario Sorrenti

Author : Mario Sorrenti
ISBN : 3652001567
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This collection pays tribute to top fashion and celebrity photographer, Mario Sorrenti. Born in Italy, he moved to New York when he was ten. His unique style blends Euro glamour and NYC chic. Sorrenti shot to stellar fame in the early 90s due to a daring Calvin Klein "Obsession" campaign with Kate Moss. Shows of his alluring work have been mounted in London's Victoria and Albert Museum and New York's Museum of Modern Art. His distinguished advertising clients include Lancome, Paco Rabanne, and Benetton, and his images have been featured in many international magazines like VOGUE and HARPER'S BAZAAR presenting fashion shoots as well as celebrity portraits from Scarlett Johansson to Keith Richards.English/German edition.

Interactive Landscapes

Author : Adele Chong
ISBN : 9056627546
Genre : Architecture
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Summary: The built environment is becoming increasingly controlled by technological intelligence, while we, paradoxically enough, are becoming ever more estranged from the whole point of computerization, which now prescribes our everyday reality. In an attempt to narrow this divide, Daan Roosegaarde's remarkable works of art function as a documentation of the dynamic relations between architecture, people and e-culture. His sculptures embody an environment of 'tactile high-tech' in which the visitors andthe space become one. The connection that is established between design and content, between ideology and technology, results in what Roosegaarde calls 'techno-poetry'.This publication presents a complete overview of Roosegaarde's work, which has been shown at the Tate Modern and the Victoria & Albert Museum in London and at the National Museum in Tokyo, as well as in public spaces in The Hague and Rotterdam.

Never Stop To Think Do I Have A Place For This

Author : Mary Randolph Carter
ISBN : 0847842355
Genre : Architecture
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Encourages readers to surround themselves with items that impart beauty and meaning, exploring a variety of unique interiors that exhibit self-expression.

Airline

Author : Keith Lovegrove
ISBN : 1780673167
Genre : Design
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This fascinating book examines every aspect of airline style, from the company liveries and interior designs of planes to advertising, haute couture, and airborne haute cuisine. Divided into four sections covering fashion, food, interior design, and identity, Airline shows how airborne culture has changed since the 1920s. The book spans the conservative to the outrageous, from saris to hotpants, from Hugh Hefner's private jet to the huge Airbus A380. A wide selection of retro styles are illustrated with illuminating archive material and images of ephemera. Airline uncovers the style, image, and experience of the parallel universe that exists at 30,000 feet.

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