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by Roberto Bolle,Bruce Weber

eBook Roberto Bolle: An Athlete in Tights ePub
Author: Roberto Bolle,Bruce Weber
Language: English
ISBN: 3832791965
ISBN13: 978-3832791964
Publisher: teNeues; 1st edition (December 20, 2009)
Pages: 192
Category: Photography & Video
Subcategory: Photo
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 530
Formats: lit docx azw lrf
ePub file: 1618 kb
Fb2 file: 1410 kb

Weber selected Bolle as a model and has managed to capture many moments of both static stature and motion pacing that . To appreciate this collaboration between Bolle and Weber, return to the title: An Athlete in Tights. A fine book for those who appreciate the athleticism of the art of ballet.

Weber selected Bolle as a model and has managed to capture many moments of both static stature and motion pacing that show the definition of the body's muscles that come into play with different demands placed on them. Ballet is a beautiful art form, but it is more. Grady Harp, December 10.

Roberto Bolle discovered his passion for dance when he was very young. An Athlete In Tights is a photography book realized by Bruce Weber that celebrates his three-years collaboration with Roberto Bolle. He began studying in Piedmont, his region of origin, until the age of 12 when he entered the Ballet School of La Scala Theatre in Milan. 1990, Meeting Rudolf Nureyev. In this book, which is largely pictorial, Bruce Weber has captured the convergence of artistic and physicality in Roberto. 2010, Robert Wilson, Peter Greenway and UNICEF.

Weber captured the ballet superstar over the period of three years. More than 150 images from this collaboration are presented in the 200-pages hardcover book. If you own rights to any content and do not wish them to appear here, please contact us and they will be promptly removed.

PHOTOgrapher Bruce Weber but his subject/model) ROBERTo Bolle must be LATINo/Hispanic : ITALIAN, Spanish, Argentine . These are images taken from Bruce Weber latest book ‘An Athlete In Tights’. So nothing new her. edro says

PHOTOgrapher Bruce Weber but his subject/model) ROBERTo Bolle must be LATINo/Hispanic : ITALIAN, Spanish, Argentine, etc ?!? MEN whose names end in " o " UNlike english Robert, are Hispanic/LATINo and LOVE ladies, go "o" ! when they see 1, UNlike White english"men" who are MAINly GAYs. LATINo robertO should/must model for Italian D & G instead of FAKEitalian but LESShandsome dave gandy. edro says. January 11, 2010 at 2:44 pm.

Book Title: Roberto Bolle, An Athlete in Tights. Condition: Very good. When I am home I always ship my book within 24h (weekdays) For reasons of being abroad I cannot ship the book between 12-21/06. Priority in sending the book will be given at my return.

He has collaborated with photographers, including Bruce Weber to publish a book, Athlete in Tights. Roberto Bolle How I simply adore this man. An Introduction to Roberto Bolle passionatedancing: Okay, no human being should be this beautiful: OR be a dancer: Because if you put them together, you get: Why is this back.

Закажите прямо сейчас книгу 'Roberto Bolle: An Athlete in Tights' в книжном интернет-магазине Москва. Roberto Bolle was born in Casale Monferrato, Italy. At a young age, he entered the Teatro alla Scala ballet school

Закажите прямо сейчас книгу 'Roberto Bolle: An Athlete in Tights' в книжном интернет-магазине Москва. Доставка по всей России! - 932835. At a young age, he entered the Teatro alla Scala ballet school. Rudolf Nureyev was the first to notice his talent and chose Roberto to interpret Tadzio in the ballet Death in Venice. In 1996, at the end of a Romeo and Juliet performance, and just 2 years after he joined the Theatre Company, Roberto was promoted to principal by Elisabetta Terabust who was at that time the Director of the Corp de Ballet.

First recognized by Rudolf Nureyev, Roberto Bolle is renowned for his athletic ability, stylistic grace and a sizzling movie star presence. Possessing broad appeal, his performances draw acclaim from the dance world and general public alike. This stunning book is the culmination of a three-year collaboration between Bolle and the photogrpahic superstar Bruce Weber. Weber's masterful images capture the dazzling charisma of a world-class talent.
Steel balls
You may be familiar with the award winning black and white photography of Bruce Weber. You may also be aware of the excellence of ballet as performed by Roberto Bolle, the reigning king of the ballerinos. But when these two gentlemen merge their talents in a single volume of incredible beauty, the definitive master work that pictures the person and talent of Bolle against everything from railroad cars to contemporary and historic architectural treasures, you've seen it all. This is a volume that will impress you, though you know exactly what it's worth. It will take your breath away and rob you of your ability to put it down... RtE
The Apotheoses of Lacspor
Once upon a time, there were these little two Russian boys, that taught us mere mortals to love ballet... They were Nureyev and Barishnikov! And dispite all the other great ballet dancers, from all the countries in the world, we, mere mortals, could not look at any of them... only those two!!!
One day, probably thinking that this was not funny anymore, God gave us Roberto Bolle!!! And we, mere mortals, came to know a ballet master, a fashion icon, a perfect figure, and a fairy tale story to go with it!
Bruce Webber captured all these (and a few other traits!) of this modern demi-god, in all its speldour and glory! The book is marvelous, but to fully understand WHO Bolle is, see him dance... and then bow, bend, and pick up the jaw that you just dropped!
Arilak
I am glad that I finally decided to purchase this book. I wanted to do it long time ago. And (unfortunately) read some reviews that are posted here on Amazon. After having looked, read through this book I felt I needed to voice my opinion to somewhat counterbalance some negative reviews. I quite liked it, it was actually better than I expected. Photographs are gorgeous, mostly black-and-white. I liked the choice of non-glossy format of the paper. I think it is very good collaboration between Bruce and Roberto.
Nikobar
IF you know the work of Bruce Weber, then no explanation is necessary. IF you are NOT familiar with his work, you should at least take a look.
I find him the Ansel Adams of the human form. While he does work in color, I find his black & white work excellent. In black & white he is able to communicate a depth not present in his color work. He communicates with the subject and thus, communicates about the subject. Amazing.
The primary subject in this book is Roberto Bolles. You are introduced by way of some images of athletes. These try to prepare you for Roberto. However, in my book (pun intended), Roberto, through his years of work, has crafted an amazing dancer's body. Looking upon this dancer's body you feel as if you are looking upon an angel communicating with heaven - it's other worldly. Amazing
I can hardly wait for the DVD. <jk> ;-)~
JoJogar
Like all of Bruce Weber's books, I love it and hate it. Mostly black and white full page photos of Roberto Bolle, (I think) the greatest male ballet dancer of our time. He's also amazingly handsome, well built, and photogenic. He's photographed in just about every position and situation you can imagine from the stage in performance to the bedroom to the beach to the ballet bar to a railroad yard (hanging out of a box car), climbing a huge pile of coal, and many more. Some photos pair him with another dancer, a horse, a group of little children, a stuffed panda bear, etc. (There are a couple of pictures of Roberto as a child dancing, very cute.) Text is minimal but you get Roberto's recipe for Pumpkin Risotto. Some tasteful nudes (from behind) in various odd locations and close-ups of his hands and feet. Weber, as usual, inserts a number of pictures totally unrelated to the book's subject (Sumo wrestlers, mysterious man with a bear, landscapes, sculptures, etc.) A list of plates dates and locates each photo. I liked this book even though it could have been a lot better. Bruce Weber is Bruce Weber and probably won't ever grow out of it.
Xig
nice pics!
Tat
There is only one word to describe this }............Delicious
Excellent presentation.
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