Glitterati: Shooting Fashion, Fame & Fortune
Glitterati: Shooting Fashion, Fame & Fortune
Glitterati: Shooting Fashion, Fame & Fortune

Glitterati: Shooting Fashion, Fame & Fortune

  • Publish Date: 2018-02-13
  • Binding: Hardcover
  • Author: Robert Rosen
New Holland Publishers
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Visually exciting and historically fascinating, Photosphere is a candid look aticonic celebrity, fashion and society, as seen through the lens of Robert Rosen.

Rosens up close and personal collection of photographs featuring celebrities,stars, artists, fashion & society through the 70s, 80s, 90s & Noughties in London,Paris, Sydney, Melbourne & Bali, along with behind-the-scenes tales, brings atantalizing glimpse into the lives of those who have captured the imaginationof millions globally.

Robert Rosen is one of Australias foremost social & fashion photographers.

His extraordinary collection of iconic celebrities and artists of the 70s, 80s,90s & 2000s photographed in London, Paris, Sydney, Melbourne & Baliis candid, up close and personal. For over 30 years Rosen has coveredfashion shows, rock concerts, social events as well as shooting his ownpersonal portraits in the studio. Rosens subjects are willing participants,resulting in images that exude candour, warmth & wit.

Every now and then a photographer comes alongwhose images become a quintessential signatureof time and place, culture and style. Nobody inSydney captured the 80s and 90s quite likeRobert. More than subject matter alone, it isthe mood and spirit that he somehow seizesthrough his lens that fully evoke in a singleglance the creative zeitgeist, heady attitudeand brash style of those two decades beforethe world forever changed. Mark Cavanagh

Roberts photos evoke memories offreedom, hedonism and madness. Photoscan make sense of the past or forceyou to remember difficult times withrenewed fondness. In this selfie ageI worry we wont ever see these kindsof photos in the future because theyhave a particular resonance. Suchphotos are of course about beingthere and Robert was there. Boy George

In London Robert used tostay on at the events, after theother photographers had left, tomingle with the guests. He capturedsome quite interesting and intimatephotographs. Bryan Ferry

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