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Beautiful Black and White Photos of Betty Brosmer - The Girl with the Impossible Waist Betty Brosmer was one of those models and was actually the highest paid model of the 1950s. Before she was 20, she had already won over 50 beauty contests. Throughout the decade she would appear on over 300 magazine covers. Here's a collection of 25 beautiful black and white portraits of of Betty Brosmer. (Photos © Betty Brosmer, via Messy Nessy Chic) Triumphs and Laments Presented by ROMA CAPITALE, TEVERETERNO onlus Artist: William Kentridge Artistic Director: Kristin Jones Musical Director: Paolo Rocca, Thuthuka Sibisi Assistant Composer and Choral Arrangements: Thuthuka Sibisi Soloists: Joanna Dudley, Lavinia Mancusi, Ann Masina, Bham Ntabeni, Patrizia Rotonda Arrangements: Philip Miller, Thuthuka Sibisi, Paolo rocca Conductors: Thuthuka Sibisi, Fabrizio Cardosa Sound Designer: David Monacchi Costume Designer: Greta Goiris Kentridge Technical Director: Chris Waldo De Wet Kentridge Studio Manager: Anne McIlleron Musical Advisor: Vincenzo Pasqueillero Assistant to Composer Philip Miller in italy: Angela Bruni Choir Director: Patrizia Rotonda Composer: Philip Miller Co-Composer: Thuthuka Sibisi Executive Profucer: THE OFFICE performing arts + film, Laurie Cearley, Rachel Chano, Nadine Goellner, Olli Chano, Oliver hill, Lynn Koek Promoter: Associazione Teverterno Onlus Tecnica Production: STEP S.r.l. TRIUMPHS Conductor: Thuthuka Sibisi

Malick Sidibe - Jack Shainman Gallery Malick Sidibé was a photographer known for his black-and-white images chronicling the exuberant lives and culture, often of youth, in his native Bamako, Mali in the 1950s, ‘60s, and ‘70s. Sidibé’s work documents a transitional moment as Mali gained its independence and transformed from a French colony steeped in tradition to a more modern independent country looking toward the West. He captured candid images in the streets, nightclubs, and sporting events and ran a formal portrait studio. In a 2010 interview with John Henley in The Guardian, Sidibé explained, “To be a good photographer you need to have a talent to observe, and to know what you want. You have to choose the shapes and the movements that please you, that look beautiful. Equally, you need to be friendly, sympathique.

Most Notorious Banned Fashion Ads CK Jeans Most Notorious Banned Fashion Ads Over the years, fashion ads have been banned in various parts of the world. Usually it's heightened sexuality that sends self-righteous prudes into an outraged tizzy. Other times it's the glamorization of violence or drugs, or the objectification of minors that rightfully sees a ban. But of course, anything forbidden has a way of popping right back up. In Pursuit of Ordinary: Performativity in Judith Butler and J. L. Austin In Pursuit of Ordinary: Performativity in Judith Butler and J. L. Austin

50 Cute and Trendy Updos for Long Hair Updo styles are essential for weddings, proms and other special occasions. They can make you more confident and relaxed. Besides formal occasions, updos can be worn on some regular days, too. Because let’s face it, sometimes we just want to wear our hair out of our face. In style, of course. Google Doodle commemorates famous Iraqi sculptor Mohammed Ghani Hikmat - Visual Art - Arts & Culture Ahram Online , Wednesday 20 Apr 2016 Google doodle commemoates Mohammad Ghani Hikmat Google’s famous doodle on Wednesday celebrates Mohammed Ghani Hikmat, a famed Iraqi sculptor who was born in 1929 and passed away on 12 September 2011. Hikmat was regarded as one of the most important Iraqi artists in modern history and many of his sculptures have become landmarks of Baghdad. Hikmat often drew inspiration from the tales of One Thousand and One Nights, creating works such as a sculpture of Queen Scheherazade and King Shahrayar (1971), which is located in Baghdad's Aby Nuwas Street and often described as the city's showpiece. Other sculptures by him such as the Fountain of Kahramana, and Ali Baba and the 40 Thieves (1969) have also become iconic symbols of Baghdad.

Compelling Portraits of People Who Abandoned Civilization for Life in the Wilderness In the hustle and bustle of everyday life, most people can only dream about escaping to the quiet isolation of the rural countryside. French photographer Antoine Bruy, however, turned that dream into a reality when he hitchhiked across Europe from 2010 to 2013, wandering through remote mountain regions without any fixed destination or route in mind. Along the way, he met several individuals who had willingly abandoned life in the city and retreated deep into the wilderness, sacrificing modern comforts for greater autonomy and freedom. In his series Scrublands, Bruy documents the homes and faces of the people he encountered, by chance, who live far away from civilization. Staying with these individuals for days or even weeks at a time, the photographer helped them farm land and raise livestock while learning more about their self-sufficient lifestyles. Bruy's compelling photos capture the idyllic and rustic beauty of living a Walden-esque existence in these secluded, wild environments.

Beautiful Examples of Fashion Photography Fashion photography involves a great deal of preparation. It’s what separates basic portraits from fashion or conceptual portraiture. For a typical portrait session, you show up, meet the subject, and take pictures. Iakov Chernikhov’s Architectural Fantasies Warning: Illegal string offset 'file' in /homepages/23/d128915618/htdocs/wp-includes/media.php on line 1088 Warning: Illegal string offset 'width' in /homepages/23/d128915618/htdocs/wp-includes/media.php on line 1101 Warning: Illegal string offset 'width' in /homepages/23/d128915618/htdocs/wp-includes/media.php on line 1108 Warning: Illegal string offset 'width' in /homepages/23/d128915618/htdocs/wp-includes/media.php on line 1108

Promo Shoot Fashion Lighting We had the awesome fun of shooting Stephen Knuth & Scarlett Lillian‘s promo material for their new blog site back in April, and now we wanted to take you through a few of the images and show you exactly how we did some of the more advanced off-camera lighting techniques that we used. You ready? Here we go! Today we are going to show you exactly how we pulled this shot off in Jacksonville, Florida while shooting this promo.

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