therealpeterlindbergh Peter Lindbergh

Represented by @2bManagement and @GagosianGallery - 'A Different Vision On Fashion Photography' Reggia di Venaria, Turin 7.10.2017 - 4.02.2018
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Isabelle Huppert, Paris, 2017 #2bmanagement

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Isabelle Huppert, Paris, 2017 #2bmanagement

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Isabelle Huppert, Paris, 2017 #2bmanagement

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Doutzen Kroes, photographed in New Orleans for American Vogue (February issue) - Styling: Alex Jordan Harrington Hair: Akki Shirakawa Make-up: Francelle Daly - #2bManagement

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Doutzen Kroes & Sunnery James Gorré, New Orleans - Published in Vogue’s February issue #2bManagement

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A message to you: If you didn’t get the usual, personal ’thank you' letters this year,here is the reason : because we didn’t send any and I’m asking you to forgive me.❤️ Work has started too early this year, as we are prepping five editorials and four campaigns at the same time, starting to shoot this Friday - in three days!! This was a little bit rough to start a new year and I hug you and apologize. I will definitely try to make it up next year, by sending you, if you insist, two cards in 2019. All my love, P.

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Does he care about his photography being truthful? Not all photographers would say so. “It’s not that I care about being truthful,” he corrects me, “it’s the only thing I’m interested in.” - Taken from the article ‘Still Life’ written by Susie Rushton and featured in the Sunday Times (Nov. 2017) #2bmanagement

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Lindbergh, 73 and still rebellious, believes that the mission of his [2017 Pirelli] calendar is as urgent today as it was 12 months ago when he shot it: to free women from the artifice of airbrushing. To this end, he has just published hundreds of unseen pictures in a huge book for TASCHEN, with pores, fine lines, freckles and under-eye shadows unexpurgated. - Taken from the article ‘Still Life’ written by Susie Rushton and featured in the Sunday Times (Nov. 2017) #2bmanagement

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Lindbergh is a staunch critic of today’s selfie culture, one in which image manipulation apps are offering the general public the means to quickly alter their appearance to adhere to societal standards of youth and beauty. Although such alterations remain pervasive within the field of fashion photography, arguably Lindbergh paved the way for some of the brightest emerging names working against these ideas today. “It should be a duty for every photographer working today to use [their] creativity and influence to free women and finally everyone from the fervour of youth and perfection,” says Lindbergh. - Taken from ‘How Peter Lindbergh Changed Fashion Photography Forever’ written by Hannah Tindle & published by AnOther Magazine #2bmanagement

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The outtakes of this shoot form the basis of a new book, published by TASCHEN, titled Shadows on The Wall, which showcases images handpicked from 37,000 photographs. “Most of the fashion-related media today prefer to take away the identity and experiences of their protagonists – your poetry and all the small imperfections, the signs of your own life supposed to be there to tell your story – and replace it with senseless perfection,” Lindbergh says in the publication, his un-retouched images forming a new body of work eschewing this statement. - Taken from ‘How Peter Lindbergh Changed Fashion Photography Forever’ written by Hannah Tindle & published by AnOther Magazine #2bmanagement

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In 2002 Peter Lindbergh was tasked with shooting his second Pirelli Calendar, aptly named Peter Lindbergh’s Hollywood, which was the first of its kind to feature actresses rather than the usual ultra airbrushed and scantily clad models. In it, the chosen women made Lindbergh’s images come alive with a sense of their own narrative, in way that Pirelli had never seen before. Even Germaine Greer declared it the “most challenging calendar yet”. It is testament to how groundbreaking this work was that Pirelli called upon the photographer once more to produce a sequel to this earlier edition for 2017. This time, it featured candid black and white portraits of actresses of all ages and ethnicities, including Kate Winslet, Penélope Cruz, Charlotte Rampling, Dame Helen Mirren, Lupita Nyong’o and Zhang Ziyi. Simply titled Emotional, it was a calendar that “conveys personality, sensitivity and the guts to be yourself,” said Lindbergh. - Taken from ‘How Peter Lindbergh Changed Fashion Photography Forever’ written by Hannah Tindle & published by AnOther Magazine #2bmanagement

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