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Jonathan Becker : 30 Years at Vanity Fair.

Author: Jonathan Becker; Graydon Carter
Publisher: New York : Assouline, ©2012.
Edition/Format:   Book : Biography : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Over three decades with Vanity Fair, Jonathan Becker has photographed some of the most fascinating characters from the rarefied worlds of art, literature, politics, pop culture, and society, capturing the personality and individuality of the subjects he celebrates. Becker's specialty in portraits, photographed mostly on location, soon became a Vanity Fair staple: Robert Mapplethorpe, Jack Kevorkian, Jocelyn  Read more...
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Named Person: Jonathan Becker
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jonathan Becker; Graydon Carter
ISBN: 9781614280798 1614280797
OCLC Number: 792880676
Notes: Introduction by Graydon Carter ; text by Jonathan Becker.
Description: 347 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 35 cm.

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"Over three decades with Vanity Fair, Jonathan Becker has photographed some of the most fascinating characters from the rarefied worlds of art, literature, politics, pop culture, and society, capturing the personality and individuality of the subjects he celebrates. Becker's specialty in portraits, photographed mostly on location, soon became a Vanity Fair staple: Robert Mapplethorpe, Jack Kevorkian, Jocelyn Wildenstein, and Martha Graham, as well as countless socialites, artists, and heads of state. Assignments for the magazine have dispatched Becker far and wide -- from the Amazonian jungle, for first-encounter photographs of members of the Yanomami tribe, to Buckingham Palace, for the first photographs showing the Prince of Wales and Camilla Parker Bowles together"--Publisher's web site.

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