Foto des Verkäufers
English Text. Firenze, 2009; paperback, pp. 112, col. ill. and plates, cm 17,5x21. Buchnummer des Verkäufers
Inhaltsangabe: This is a book about the depth of a daughter's love, and the breadth of a mother's life; it is about letting go, but never forgetting...A photographer's love letter to her late mother, whose five year struggle with Alzheimer's and devout passion for couture clothing inspired this poignant and moving photo essay which sparkles with the memories of her mother's glamorous and fashionable life. In "My Mother's Clothes," photographer Jeannette Montgomery Barron creates a poignant and enduring portrait of her late mother through still life images of her cherished clothing, shoes, and personal possessions. As her mother's struggle with Alzheimer's progressed, robbing her of any remembered past, Montgomery Barron began this unique visual album as a way of both sparking her mother's memories, and coping with her own sense of loss. Poetic, riveting, elegant, "My Mother's Clothes" is part fashion diary, part personal memoir, part loving memorial, and part life celebration. An inspiring and intimate true story told in picture and word that will be cherished by mothers and daughters, by fashion lovers and photography fans, by those grieving the loss of a loved one or anyone suffering from or affected by Alzheimer's.
Rezension: "There is a desire on the part of many photographers to examine their lives through the cataloguing and documenting of familial objects. Jeannette Montgomery Barron has a body of work, "My Mother's Clothes," that has resonated with the photography and the fashion worlds, and with the offspring of women with a strong sense of style. "My Mother's Clothes."..represents a universal approach to understanding a parent through the choices they made about their wardrobes, and the evocative details and sensory traces that are left behind."-Aline Smithson, "Lenscratch" "["My Mother's Clothes"] is a heartwarming, daughter-to-mother love letter that belongs on every fashionista's bookshelf...thoughtful and chic." --Rachel Zoe, "The Zoe Report" "Sumptuously shot and rich in color and texture...each of the photographs is accompanied by a short statement - anecdotes, memories, and family history - that Barron shares about her mother, weaving together the story of a strong, refined Southern dame." Eliza Honey, "The New Yorker""Between the photos, shot against unexpected backgrounds (a Persian rug, a sunlit window, a field of grass), and Ms. Barron's straightforward, unsentimental prose, the book brings the clothes and the woman who wore them back to vivid life...a transporting read." Ralph Gardner, Jr., "The Wall Street Journal" ..".Montgomery Barron has provided a portrait, not just of the arc of a life, but a place, a time. It could not be a more evocative book."-Caroline Reynolds Milbank, "1stDibs.com" ..".dives deeper into the memories that are attached to clothes. Barron photographed garments chosen from her mother's closet. Each dress, blazer, slip or swimsuit became a still life. Sometimes the garments were shot against a backdrop of plain fabric; sometimes they were laid out in the snow; sometimes they just seemed to float. She searches for personality, character, perhaps even a little bit of life spirit."-Robin Givhan, "The Washington Post"" ""Clothes become shorthand for experiences, and powerful triggers of memories. In Jeannette Montgomery Barron's series of photographs and written recollections, it becomes that much harder to claim that fashion is mere triviality. In some cases, it is life itself." -Alexandra Marshall, "T," "The New York Times" Style Magazine "An extraordinary biography, created through 100 color photographs of clothing, shoes and handbags, plus all the portraits of Eleanor, the mother of Jeannette Montgomery Barron, author of "My Mother's Clothes.""-"Vanity Fair Italia " "Montgomery Barron has created a small gem of a book, which is both an homage to her mother and a reminder to take the time to savor what's special about those we love." Marigny Dupuy, "The New Orleans Times-Picayune" "Barron captures [the clothes] in a way that gives them character, charm, personality. Juxtaposing texture and pattern, and alternating between casual composition and formal portraiture, she showcases the clothes, shoes and handbags in a manner as quirky as the collection...Through this charming little book of images and succinct commentary, she has found a way to honor her mother that suits them both. Michelle Jones,Dallas Morning News;Anyone who has a relative with Alzheimer's can relate to photographer/author Jeannette Montgomery Barron's new book, "My Mother's Clothes."" -Christina Mitchell, "Courier-Post" "[My Mother's Clothes] is a must read for every daughter and people who are confronted directly or not with Alzheimer's...full of energy and hope." Delphine Hervieu, "Swide" Magazine "A charming and fashion-packed 'album of memories.' Eleanor Morgan Montgomery Atuk was obviously an incredible and --California Bookwatch"
Titel: My Mothers Clothes. An Album of Memories.
Verlag: Welcome Books
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