Francis Giacobetti reinvented not only the nude, but the entire artistic process of capturing images in video and photographs. From its inception, Francis Giacobetti was the principal photographer of the infamous monthly magazine Lui, barring any retouching and working under fourteen pseudonyms. Just as this publication is credited with bringing the pinup to Paris, Francis Giacobetti can be credited with bringing elegance to the world of the nude. Famous for blurring the lines between photography and painting, craft and art, Giacobetti’s series—Zebras, Irises, Hymn, the Bacon portraits—and processes have baffled masters of the art and distilled the beauty of the human form.
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The book is bound with a hardcover and a jacket.
Width: 10.0 in; Length: 13.0 in; Depth: 1.57 in
Weight: 7.34 lbs