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Richard Learoyd : Day for Night (Anglais) Relié – 2 septembre 2015

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Great survey of a great photographer 12 février 2016
Par Bruce C - Publié sur
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This is a fantastic book of Richard Learoyd's photos, which are amazing. The color is very accurate (unlike an earlier, smaller book of his work). Highly recommended.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 beautiful book 29 janvier 2017
Par Michael - Publié sur
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beautiful book, was a great gift
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Huge book, beautiful production, lacks editing. 6 novembre 2015
Par nerose - Publié sur
Format: Relié
Huge book from Richard Learoyd, and quite an impressive production, which must have been subsidized heavily to be for sale at this price. Seems to have every image he ever made in it, which is one sense is great, but in another, a failure of editing. Clearly nobody is saying 'No' or 'Enough'! Mr Learoyd has perfected a dream of photographers: immaculately detailed direct from camera unique color prints, without negative or film. The prints are amazing artifacts of light, emulsion and chemistry - truly wonderful and alluring. He has made the most of his exceptional craftsmanship, but the big question is what he does with this wondrous technique. However, transferring this to a printed book is hard, as that quality is largely lost, and we see content more than form. So far that 'content' amounts to a lot of alluring young ladies, often naked or lightly clothed, with the odd male and not so successful still life thrown in. (Note the red 'Belly Band' placed high on the cover to blindfold the young lady '50 Shades of Grey' style. Cheap.) I'll happily keep this book, but wonder where he's going to take this exquisite technique to say something powerful about the the inner life of human beings.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 The camera obscura is very much alive 12 septembre 2016
Par Grady Harp - Publié sur
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Currently at the J Paul Getty Center in Los Angeles is a collection of expositions that includes a major collection of the works of Richard Learoyd – IN THE STUDIO. This book is an earlier monograph of an exhibition of this work but many of the same images are in both this book and in the Getty exhibition.

The contemplative mood and mesmerizing detail of Richard Learoyd’s large-scale color photographs of the human figure, portraits, and still lifes create an uncanny sense of intimacy between subject and viewer. Working in his East London studio, Learoyd utilizes a room-sized camera obscura with a fixed lens to make unique direct-positive prints. Pared to the essential components of making a photograph—a dark chamber fitted with a lens, sensitized paper, and light—his labor-intensive process is closely associated with the early history of the medium.

Learoyd's subjects, composed simply and directly, are described with the thinnest plane of focus, recreating and exaggerating the way that the human eye perceives; the images recall Dutch Master paintings in tone and composition. This monograph includes an artist statement by Learoyd; a statement by Nancy Gryspeerdt, one of his subjects; and a text by Martin Barnes, curator of the first solo exhibition of the artist's work at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London.

Learoyd’s photogprahic art is uncanny and mesmerizing when standing before these large images. The book conveys the subject matter, but to truly appreciate the art it is recommended to see the works in person. There is still time to visit the Getty this fall and winter. Grady Harp, September 16
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