Liberman, Alexander - Then: Photographs 1925-1995
Eminent artists, spies, fashion designers, aristocrats, dancers, actors, editors, publishers, and Nobel laureates are included in this photographic chronicle of half a century.
These b&w photos, sumptuously printed full-page in an oversize format, can't fail to impress; the subjects are people of extraordinary beauty, wealth, artistic talent, and/or fame with whom Liberman has interacted during his long life. He provides extensive, anecdotal captions.
Liberman (born in Russia in 1912) educated in London and Paris, was art director of Vu magazine, then Vogue magazine, and later became the editorial director, and ultimately the deputy director, of all CondT Nast magazines.
Publisher: Random House; 1st edition (21 November, 1995)
Hardcover: 256 pages