Made over the past three decades, photographer Deborah Feingold's iconic portraits are filled with personality, simplicity and eloquence. Her portraits of figures as varied as musical icons, famed actors, award-winning authors, Nobel laureates and presidents, have appeared in Rolling Stone, GQ, Time and numerous international publications. This volume concentrates on Feingold's portraits of popular musicians such as Mick Jagger, Madonna, Pharrell Williams, Bono, Prince, Keith Richards, Chet Baker, James Brown, Joey Ramone and Cyndi Lauper, and bands such as The Replacements, The Beastie Boys, REM and more. Alongside Feingold's black-and-white and color photographs, this volume includes an introduction by Anthony DeCurtis, a Grammy Award winner and noted music writer.
- Hardback | 108 pages
- 259.08 x 259.08 x 15.24mm | 929.86g
- 01 Oct 2014
- Bologna, Italy
About Deborah Feingold
Deborah Feingold has been taking photographs for 35 years, ever since she became immersed in the 1970s jazz culture in New York City. Her portraits of musicians have appeared in publications such as RollingStone, GQ, Time, and People, and she has shot hundreds of authors for their book covers. Deborah continues to photograph contemporary icons from actors to Nobel laureates to presidents.