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The Age of Innocence (Anglais) Relié – 6 avril 1995

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This new collection of Hamilton's erotic photographic portraits of young girls is accompanied by lyrical poetry.

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Par Un client le 17 octobre 2003
Format: Relié
"Pour mes petites , entre ces pages elles resteront jeunes à tout jamais".C'est par cette tendre dédicace que l'ouvrage de David Hamilton débute. Il est en effet question de la prime jeunesse entre ces pages, de la beauté fugitive et éphémère de l'adolescence. Chaque photographie ,soulignée par des morceaux choisis de grands écrivains, est une tentative pour répondre aux problématiques soulevées par l'âge de l'innocence: les transformations du corps, l'auto-érotisation,le saphisme tendre, le premier amour.
Le livre de David Hamilton est un itinéraire intellectuel et sensuel, érotique et poétique qui nous conduit par une sorte de dialectique, vers le moment sacré des secrets d'alcôves: la perte de l'innocence.
Il y a quelque chose de tragique et de beau à la fois dans cet épilogue érotique, dans l'épanouissement de la rose qui renonce à sa condition de bouton. La virginité et l'innocence sont des fantasmes, et seul l'art permet de fixer ce qui n'existe que dans l'oeil de celui qui regarde.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Beautifuly but Hazy 17 juillet 2010
Par Film Guy - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
Hamilton's famous 'haze look' is clearly evident, many of his subjects poses are one dimensional. I experienced many mixed emotions upon viewing this work. On one hand, Hamilton definitely is a very talented photographer. Other photographers have borrowed his ideas and techniques. However, the book is really more about his artistic technique with a camera than about the beauty of his subjects. I purchased this along with another book on Amazon, "Holy Nature: A Celebration of Naturism". Both books are created by photographers who seek to capture the beauty of the nude and nature. However, in the Holy Nature book, you can the photography is clear and the prints large and in color. You are seeing the beauty of the female nudes and their surroundings. In this book the beauty is often obscured by a blurry or hazy black and white image.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 "This is the Age of Revelation" 26 septembre 1998
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
The genius of David Hamilton is all too often overlooked. Too many people concentrate on the so-called "audacity" of his photographic subjects, and too few on his actual artistic method.
His photographs are mesmerizing. In "The Age of Innocence", he captures in an instant what every man spends half his life trying to accomplish. Needless to say, however, Mr. Hamilton is an artist ahead of his time, and it will take some time for popular opinion to reflect that.
However, Mr. Hamilton's true genius is not reflected in his photographs alone; it is his singularly masterful combination of literature and artistic form that make "The Age of Innocence" the most insightful and absorbing book I have _read_ in many, many years.
To put it simply, you will not -- not ever -- regret buying this collection. This is the sort of book one wishes more people could understand; it is the kind of book that one will continue to read, admire and think about for the rest of one's life.
When I read these reviews before buying my copy, I found that they all seemed somewhat vague. This is because the nature of Mr. Hamilton's work is simply too difficult to put into words. Just think, however, about how good a book has to be to force so many people to come back online and spend time writing about it. This work has no equal.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 The Shakespeare of the Lens 27 mai 1999
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
As a young man utterly fascinated by women, I find THE AGE OF INNOCENCE, like many of Hamilton's other books, invaluable - at least as far as the visual content goes. Most of these dozens of girls appear to be in their mid-teens, but one notices not so much their sexuality as their personalities. Thus, one girl has a strong domineering streak, another a maternal aspect, yet another a carefree, fun-loving disposition, and still another an impish and sly character.
The content of THE AGE OF INNOCENCE is bound to elicit some negative reception, but consider that many of these photos show fully clothed models and few are really provocative. In fact, the more provocative photos, such as those from the series at the end showing young lovers roaming the beach and preparing for love, are my least favorite. Also, the introductory essay is embarrassing and many of the quotes liberally interspersed throughout this lengthy book - even those by writers many of us would normally accord respect - are jarring in their comparative lack of subtlety. There can hardly be any more proof of Hamilton's artistry and intentions than his making certain verbal poetic evocations of females and their nature clumsy and unnatural by comparison. So, my advice is get the book and avoid most of the text (Shakespeare is one of the few assets in the writing department here).
I rate this book five stars notwithstanding the reservations noted above. And, although many of these photos have appeared in previous Hamilton volumes, their quantity and variety compensate for this.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Beautiful book. Many fine photos of beautiful young girls ... 4 mai 2016
Par Francis_S. - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
Beautiful book.
Many fine photos of beautiful young girls in their lovely age. Optimal size of book and true well prepared.
This book is art generally and not a child pornography.
I have absolutely no interest about child pornography, but I like Hamilton's book as really fine art.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Great work 22 septembre 2013
Par Michael D. Avery - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
Some people would argue about the content of this book. It has nudity shown in only a way that only David can present with tastefully. I would not call it dirty porn. I have seen a lot these women on other web sites. So the point of their age seems in question. If I can find them on Google search so I doubt their really under age as much as young looking women in artful photos. There is no sex in these pictures. I purchased the book used from a book store here in the states, used. Good for your collection if you like Davids books.
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