17 iconic pictures of Terence Donovan
• 17 iconic pictures of Terence Donovan
Terence Donovan (Terence Donovan, 1936-1996) - a legendary figure in the world of photography. He was one of the innovators who in the 1960s radically changed the approach to fashion photography.
As a rule, while Donovan's colleagues sought to show how various elements of clothes make the man elegant, refined and etc., but Donovan was interested primarily sexuality, and the process of its creation.
In our time, sexuality is difficult to surprise anyone, it has become ordinary, and sometimes frankly boring, as opposed to the 60s, when the concept of sexuality in fashion infancy.
In the photo: Joanna Lumley, 1966.
Implemented Donovan revolution has made it more popular than the - in the 1960s, the photographer was as famous as his favorite models - especially after the release of the film by Michelangelo Antonioni's "Blow" ( "Blow-up", 1966).
He became one of the first photographers to high fashion, violated a long tradition: the master gave the mannequins from the studio to the street. In this way he stressed the difference between fashion "ready-to-wear" and "otkutyur" (high mode).
The legendary model Twiggy 60's
Donovan succeeded in dramatically diverse and changing entourage filming, and this capacity is still the subject of imitation.
His name took photos for the fashion magazine "Town", then the master constantly collaborated with major publishers, "Queen", "Vogue", "Ellen", "Marie Claire".
Of particular fame brought Donovan portraits of celebrities: Jimi Hendrix, Margaret Thatcher, Princess Diana, Duchess of York, and others.
Cofi Lauren, 1963
Cindy Crawford, 1988
Margaret Morris, 1969
"Study of Nude", 1983
"Police Woman", 1983
Bryan Ferry, 1996
November 22, 1996 the master was gone.
During his forty-year career, he has made about a million pictures and more than 3,000 brochures and music videos.
Shortly before his death on orders of the magazine "GQ" Donovan took photographs of 20 the most famous British men. One of the images was a self-portrait.