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Private Acts: The Acrobat Revealed [Anglais] [Relié]

Harriet Heyman , Acey Harper


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5.0 étoiles sur 5 GORGEOUS! GORGEOUS! GORGEOUS! 6 novembre 2011
Par RB - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This body of photographs is absolutely gorgeous! What vision. Each image captured at just the perfect second and in the most enticing environments. What a wonderful collaboration between photographer and his subject(s). It is obvious both photographer and his subject(s) were all working at their highest level and collaborating beautifully to create these precisely magical moments. The work just exudes confidence, beauty, energy, grace, trust, understanding, determination, pain (some of the poses-YIKES!), sensuality, vision, and just pure raw talent and love of the art form. What a remarkable book! I'd recommend it in a heart beat!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 The human animal in motion 20 mai 2012
Par wiredweird - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Relié|Achat vérifié
Degas won well-deserved fame for his many studies of dancers - of women in motion, demonstrating grace and delicate power. Dancers continue to fascinate photographers and other artists, even after 150 years or more. Recent decades, however, have made more means of athletic expression available to women. All of the dancers' appeal endures, but can now express itself in more different kinds of physical display. Harper chooses to focus on acrobats, women (and some men) who stretch the definition of what human bodies can achieve.

Many of his models appear slightly clothed, but their forms and exertions remain clearly visible even so. And what forms - bent, contorted, suspended, or in some other way defying the laws of physics that bind the rest of us, these athletes create images that few of us will see in person, or only rarely. Harper has gone even farther, and found a natural or urban site ideally suited to each of these amazing people, and prepared it to show each one at her or his best.

Although imagery dominates this collection, as it should, a bit of text enhances the photo essay. Harriet Heyman (an acrobat and aerialist herself) has added her thoughts, and a paragraph-long biography adds depth to each model's image. Viewers demanding prurience won't find much here, but that's their loss. I recommend this highly to anyone passionate about human, and especially feminine expressions of strength and beauty.

-- wiredweird
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A True Work of Art 23 février 2012
Par S. Naythons - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Photographer Acey Harper and veteran writer/acrobat Harriet Heyman have collaborated in creating an original and astonishingly beautiful book. The arcane world of acrobats and acrobatics has been brought to life in this book's stunning photographs and beautifully written essays. Harper has captured incredible artists/athletes performing their work in unexpected places. Heyman's essays provide the book's context, including first-hand knowledge of what it means both physically and mentally to be an acrobat and the discipline, talent, training, passion (and risk) it requires.

If you love the beauty of the human body and its ability to push the limits, buy this book... truly a sensual and visual feast!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Acrobat Sublime 22 février 2012
Par Leonardo Harris - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I don't do gift giving well but have purchased seven for close friends. I will purchase more in the near future because for me it is the perfect present.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Possibly The Most Inspirational Art Book I Have Yet Seen 5 juin 2013
Par Susan Tanner - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This book was incredible. The models were photographed really well. The pictures are clear. And these models (men and women) are doing the most amazing thngs with their bodies. For someone who needs inspiration to draw, this is a great book.Many art books concentrate on static poses. This one has people in action doing what only the most flexible bodies I have ever seen could do. I am totally pleased with it. Great inspiration!
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