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Michael Jackson :  Auction - Bani, Arno
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Michael Jackson : Auction - exemplaire signée

2010, ISBN: 9782812303708

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Tokyo: Seibu Department Stores, 1992. Pamphlet. SIGNED. First edition. Ronde de Nuit (Night Watch), made from 1991 to 1992, is a 12-panel tableau of photographs by Lewis Baltz of surveillance sites and the people who work in them. Measuring 39 feet across and 7 feet tall and printed on aluminum-mounted cibachrome panels, the work was first presented in March 1992 at the Musee National d'Art Moderne, Centre Georges Pompidou, in Paris, and was accompanied by a reading of Olivier Boissiere's text/poem, Checklist. The work was shown in Tokyo at the Contemporary Art Gallery, August 12 - September 14, 1992. This exhibition catalogue was published in conjunction with the Tokyo exhibit and includes three accordion-fold brochures (each 12 pages) in a glassine envelope. Two of the brochures reproduce all 12 panels in color on one side and the text of Checklist in English on the reverse. The third features an essay by Masafumi Fukagawa with 3 b&w text illustrations and an artist chronology, both in Japanese, and a list of works in the show in English. This last brochure is SIGNED BY BALTZ on the dedication page and inscribed with "Happy Birthday." Each: 4.75 x 9.5 inches. The brochures are all Near Fine with light signs of handling; the printed vellum envelope is Very Good with light wear/bumping and a short tear to the corners. SHIPS THE NEXT BUSINESS DAY, WRAPPED IN PADDING AND CARDBOARD., Seibu Department Stores, 1992, ca. 1880. Original photograph, carte de visite, albumen print, 10 x 6 cm. Photograph no 1747. Princess Victoria of Baden (Sophie Marie Viktoria; 7 August 1862 - 4 April 1930) was the Queen of Sweden by her marriage to King Gustaf V. She was politically active in a conservative fashion during the development of democracy and known as a pro-German during the First World War. Princess Viktoria was born on 7 August 1862 at the castle in Karlsruhe, Baden. Her parents were Grand Duke Frederick I of Baden, and Princess Louise of Prussia. Princess Viktoria married in Karlsruhe on 20 September 1881 Crown Prince Gustaf of Sweden and Norway, the son of King Oscar II of Sweden and Norway and Sofia of Nassau. From then on, she used the name Victoria. The German Emperor and Empress were present at the wedding, and marriage was arranged as a sign that Sweden belonged to the German sphere in Europe. The marriage was popular in Sweden where she was called "The Vasa Princess", because of her descent from the old Vasa dynasty, and she received a very elaborate welcome on the official cortege into Stockholm 1 October 1881. 1 February 1882, Victoria and Gustaf visited Oslo, where they were welcomed with a procession of 3,000 torch bearers. She and Gustaf were brought together by their families and their marriage was reported not to have been a happy one. Their marriage produced three children. In 1890-1891, Victoria and Gustaf travelled to Egypt to repair their relationship, but it did not succeed, allegedly due to Victoria's interest in one of the courtiers, and she repeated the trip to Egypt in 1891-1892. After 1889, the personal relationship between Victoria and Gustaf is considered to have been finished, in part, as estimated by Lars Elgklou, due to the bisexuality of Gustaf. She suffered depression after the birth of her first child in 1882, and after this, she often spent the winters at spas abroad: she would continue to spend the winters outside Sweden from that year until her death. By 1888, her winter trips had made her unpopular, and she was described as very haughty. In 1889, she had pneumonia, and was formally ordered by the doctors to spend the cold Swedish winters in a southern climate. She had conflicts with her parents-in-law about her expensive stays abroad. She greatly disapproved of the marriage between her brother-in-law prince Oscar and her lady-in-waiting Ebba Munck af Fulkila in 1888. She is described as strong-willed and artistically talented. She was an accomplished amateur photographer and painter and she also sculpted. On her travels in Egypt and Italy she both photographed and painted extensively, and experimented with various photo-developing techniques, producing high-quality photographic work. She was also an excellent pianist and, for example, could play through the complete Ring of the Nibelung by Wagner without notes. She had had a good music education and in her youth she had turned the notes on court concerts for Franz Liszt. Her favourite composers were Schubert and Beethoven. She was also described as a skillful rideer. Victoria became Queen-consort of Sweden with her father-in-law's death on 8 December 1907. As queen, she was only present in Sweden during the summers, but she still dominated the court. She arranged the marriage between her son William and Grand Duchess Maria Pavlova of Russia in 1908. She was also devoted to various kinds of charity, both in Sweden, Germany and Italy. Queen Victoria had substantial political influence over her husband, who was often considered pro-German. In 1908, Victoria made an official visit to Berlin with Gustaf, where she was made an honorary Prussian Colonel: she was described as strict and militant and it was said that she had the heart of a Prussian soldier. She was very strict with discipline, and if any of the members of the palace guard forgot to salute her, they were generally put under arrest. She was deeply conservative in her views and resented the dissolution of the Swedish-Norwegian union (1905), the Great Strike of 1909, the 1911 election victory of the radicals and the Socialists as well as the liberals, and when her son was temporary regent in 1912, she warned him in letters from Italy that he should not be too "intimate" with the elected government. Queen Victoria lost a lot of popularity among the Swedes for her often noted Pro-German attitude, particularly politically during World War I when she is said to have influenced her husband to large extents. During WWI, she gave a personal gift to every Swedish volunteer to the German forces. She kept up a close contact with the German emperor, whom she often visited during the war She founded "Drottningens centralkomittée" ("The Queen's Central Committee") for defence equipment. She deeply resented the social democratic election victories in 1917 and worked to prevent them from taking part in the government. Victoria's political influence was founded upon the power position of her first cousin, German Emperor William II, and when he was deposed in 1918-19, she lost all political influence in Sweden. Queen Victoria suffered from very poor health (much due to poor treatment by several doctors in her youth), and often went on trips to make her health better (she suffered from bronchitis and possibly tuberculosis). She was treated with mercury and undue heavy medications during her difficult pregnancies, possibly the cause of her chronic conditions. From 1892 to her death, Axel Munthe was her personal physician and recommended for health reasons that she spend winters on the Italian island of Capri. While initially hesitant, in the autumn of 1901 she travelled to Capri, arriving to an official welcome and a crowd which escorted her from the Marina Grand to the Hotel Paradise. From then on, except during World War I and for the last two years of her life, she spent several months a year on Capri. After some time, she decided to purchase her own residence on Capri, an intimate rustic two-story farmhouse she named Casa Caprile, which she had extensively landscaped, surrounding it with a dense park. In the 1950s, twenty years after her death, the property became a hotel. The Queen went to Munthe's residence, the Villa San Michele, most mornings in order to join Munthe for walks around the island. Munthe and the Queen also arranged evening concerts at San Michele, at which the Queen played the piano. They also shared a love of animals, with the Queen frequently being seen with a leashed dog, and she was known to support Munthe's (eventually successful) efforts to purchase Mount Barbarossa for use as a bird sanctuary. It was rumored that Munthe and the Queen were lovers, but this has never been confirmed. Queen Victoria spent a lot of her time abroad because of health reasons, as the Swedish climate was not considered good for her, and during her last years as queen, she was seldom present in Sweden: she participated in an official visit to Norrland in 1921, a visit to Dalarna in 1924, and to Finland in 1925. The visit to Finland was her last official appearance as queen; although she did visit Sweden at her husband's birthday 1928, she did not show herself to the public. During those celebrations, however, someone noticed the figure of a woman behind a curtain in the Royal Palace of Stockholm: he waved to her, and she waved back with her handkerchief. After this, she left Sweden for Italy for good: she died two years afterward. She was the 855th Dame of the Royal Order of Queen Maria Luisa. Toward the end of her life, with her health declining, Munthe recommended she no longer spend time in Capri, and she returned to Sweden for some time, building a Capri-styled villa there. She then moved to Rome. Her final visit to Sweden was on her husband's 70th birthday in 1928, and Queen Victoria died on 4 April 1930 in her home Villa Svezia in Rome at age 67. At the death of her childless brother, Grand Duke Frederick II of Baden in 1928, Victoria became the heir to her great-grandfather King Gustav IV Adolf of Sweden, who had been deposed in 1809. The unrelated House of Bernadotte had been elected to the Swedish throne in 1810, and had reigned ever since. Victoria's son, King Gustaf VI Adolf of Sweden, could therefore claim to be the direct heir to Gustav IV of the House of Holstein-Gottorp (Swedish line) and the House of Vasa as well as the Bernadotte kings of Sweden. KEYWORDS:sweden/italy/photo, Hachette Livre (Acc). New. 2010. Paperback. 2812303700 . ***HOLIDAY SALE – 10% OFF – DISCOUNT APPLIED AT CHECKOUT*** IN STOCK AND IMMEDIATELY AVAILABLE FOR SHIPMENT - Flawless copy, brand new, pristine, never opened -- 220 pages; 700 color illustrations. Description: "In July 1999 Michael Jackson asked Arno Bani to do an exceptional and secret photo shoot with him. The result of these two days together was 700 exclusive photographs. They have been acquired by Pierre Bergé & Associates and will be sold in Paris on December 15, 2010. There are 12 unique, never-before-seen large-format portraits as well as the complete contact plates annotated by the King of Pop himself. This will be a major event, and not just for Michael Jackson fans. Past Pierre Bergé auctions, such as the Yves Saint Laurent sale in February 2009, have attracted worldwide interest. The sale was announced to the press June 22nd and Pierre Bergé's website received over 9 million visits within 24 hours! The book will include the entire collection of photographs and is destined to become a rare collector's item. Michael Jackson allowed Arno Bani complete artistic freedom. Bani then created four different scenarios and chose some of the greatest professionals from the fashion world to work with him: Yves Saint Laurent, François Lesage, Topolino, Seb Bascle, Frédérique Lorca, Maïda, and others. At the tender age of 20, Arno Bani began doing fashion and beauty photography in Sweden, after starting his photography career in Paris. Isabella Blow from the Sunday Times noticed his work and published him. Michael Jackson noticed his work in the fashion pages of the Sunday Times and decided to entrust him with his image through a series of portraits. At the age of 23 Arno Bani therefore found himself in front of a living legend. Bani works with venerable fashion and luxury brands such as Lacroix, Givenchy and Cartier as well as musicians such as duo Air, David Guetta. He also now makes film and video, including a video clip "Happy Therapy" for DEMON, starring Ora-ïto et Vahina Giocante, for which he received an award at the Festival D&DA (the British club for art directors) : he received a "Pencil" before his 30th birthday." -- with a bonus offer ., Hachette Livre (Acc), 2010

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2010, ISBN: 9782812303708

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Hachette Livre (Acc). New. 2010. Paperback. 2812303700 . ***HOLIDAY SALE - DISCOUNT APPLIED AT CHECKOUT*** IN STOCK AND IMMEDIATELY AVAILABLE FOR SHIPMENT - Flawless copy, brand new, pristine, never opened -- 220 pages; 700 color illustrations. Description: "In July 1999 Michael Jackson asked Arno Bani to do an exceptional and secret photo shoot with him. The result of these two days together was 700 exclusive photographs. They have been acquired by Pierre Bergé & Associates and will be sold in Paris on December 15, 2010. There are 12 unique, never-before-seen large-format portraits as well as the complete contact plates annotated by the King of Pop himself. This will be a major event, and not just for Michael Jackson fans. Past Pierre Bergé auctions, such as the Yves Saint Laurent sale in February 2009, have attracted worldwide interest. The sale was announced to the press June 22nd and Pierre Bergé's website received over 9 million visits within 24 hours! The book will include the entire collection of photographs and is destined to become a rare collector's item. Michael Jackson allowed Arno Bani complete artistic freedom. Bani then created four different scenarios and chose some of the greatest professionals from the fashion world to work with him: Yves Saint Laurent, François Lesage, Topolino, Seb Bascle, Frédérique Lorca, Maïda, and others. At the tender age of 20, Arno Bani began doing fashion and beauty photography in Sweden, after starting his photography career in Paris. Isabella Blow from the Sunday Times noticed his work and published him. Michael Jackson noticed his work in the fashion pages of the Sunday Times and decided to entrust him with his image through a series of portraits. At the age of 23 Arno Bani therefore found himself in front of a living legend. Bani works with venerable fashion and luxury brands such as Lacroix, Givenchy and Cartier as well as musicians such as duo Air, David Guetta. He also now makes film and video, including a video clip "Happy Therapy" for DEMON, starring Ora-ïto et Vahina Giocante, for which he received an award at the Festival D&DA (the British club for art directors) : he received a "Pencil" before his 30th birthday." -- with a bonus offer ., Hachette Livre (Acc), 2010

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Michael Jackson - Bani, Arno
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Michael Jackson - livre d'occasion

ISBN: 9782812303708

ID: 10021656

It's early summer in Jackson, Wyoming. Attorney-turned-fishing-guide Jake Trent is wading through a swift current of local politics, introspection, and tragedy. Three seemingly unrelated deaths have occurred in one day--a skier perishes in a freak avalanche, a French couple is discovered mutilated on a remote trail, and Jake himself finds the body of a tourist fisherman. Before long, the plausible explanations for each death dissolve. Is there a sinister connection between them? Defying the police, Jake teams up with park ranger Noelle Klimpton to get to the bottom of these disturbing events. What they discover will put all their lives at risk ... Michael Jackson Bani, Arno, Hachette Book Group USA

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ISBN: 9782812303708

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Hachette Livre (Acc). Paperback. GOOD. Spine creases, wear to binding and pages from reading. May contain limited notes, underlining or highlighting that does affect the text. Possible ex library copy, that’ll have the markings and stickers associated from the library. Accessories such as CD, codes, toys, may not be included., Hachette Livre (Acc)

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Michael Jackson: Auction - Livres de poche

2010, ISBN: 9782812303708

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Hachette Livre (Acc), 2010-11-15. Paperback. Used:Good., Hachette Livre (Acc), 2010-11-15

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Michael Jackson Version GB

700 never-before-published photographs of the King of Pop by Arno Bani: artistic, unique, exceptional images.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9782812303708
ISBN (ISBN-10): 2812303700
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Date de parution: 2010
Editeur: ACC Distribution
203 Pages
Poids: 0,572 kg
Langue: eng/Englisch

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ISBN/EAN: 9782812303708

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