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Desirer walks the streets
|LC Classifications||TR659.8 S976 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (unpaged) :|
|LC Control Number||2009280775|
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'Desirer Walks the Streets' is the third monograph by Andy Summers and his first for Nazraeli Press. Desirer walks the streets book Summers has been actives as photographer since with numerous exhibitions, magazine essays, publications, and recently, keynote presentations of his photography.
The recipient of a large number of music awards he is also a Doctor of the 5/5(1). Desirer Walks the Streets. Nazraeili Press Released ISBN: Hardcover, 9 x 14, pages, 84 duotone plates.
Desirer Walks the Streets presents a dark stream of black and white photographs that are culled from Andy Summers’s life as a traveling musician. Andy’s book of photography, Desirer Walks the Streets, published by Nazraeli Press is now available.
Desirer Walks the Streets presents a dark stream of black and white photographs that are culled from Andy Summers’s life as a traveling musician. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Summers, Andy.
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Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. Inscribed by author/photographer/guitarist Andy Summers on a free end page at the beginning of the book. Text and images are bright and clean; binding is tight and square.
Dust jacket is ever so slightly edge worn and shows some light shelf scuffing. A big, beautiful book filled with black and white images of. His more recent, third book is significantly quieter. The photos included in “Desirer Walks The Streets” were taken between and ; they underline a preference, as in his music, for melancholic notes.
Frequently taken at night, the images reveal the photographer’s curiosity for strange places. Desirer Walks the Streets is his third book of photos, a collection of black and white prints taken between and and now on show at Nunnington.
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DESIRER WALKS THE STREETS is his latest project, a book of black and white photographs which will be released this spring. Captured between andwith a preference for the night shot, the photographs cover a wide geographical area from the Alto Plano of Bolivia to the alleys of the Golden Gai in.
Andrew James Somers (born 31 December ), known professionally as Andy Summers, is an English singer and guitarist who was a member of the rock band the was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as a member of the band in Summers has recorded solo albums, collaborated with other musicians, composed film scores, and exhibited his photography in galleries.
A woman walks around the streets and river paths of the Lea Valley in east London – that fine example of British “edgelands”, where the urban, pastoral and industrial continually overlap and.
Death Walks the Streets is a comic book limited series based on an unproduced screenplay for a film of the same title. The comic is a prequel, set three years prior to the timeline in the screenplay.
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