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Richard avedon
Richard avedon
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Richard avedon
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Richard avedon

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  • 1. Richard AvedonRichard Avedon By: Raiza Massó, José Yépez,By: Raiza Massó, José Yépez, Sayman Kovachev y Paula ViñasSayman Kovachev y Paula Viñas
  • 2. IntroductionIntroduction  We’re going to talk about Richard Avedon,We’re going to talk about Richard Avedon, a famous photographer who did a lot ofa famous photographer who did a lot of curious photos. We’re going to talk aboutcurious photos. We’re going to talk about the life of Richard, the style of his photosthe life of Richard, the style of his photos and which of his pictures we like more.and which of his pictures we like more. WE HOPE YOU ENJOY IT!WE HOPE YOU ENJOY IT!
  • 3. A short biographyA short biography  Richard Avedon was born inRichard Avedon was born in 1923 in New York.1923 in New York.  He was an importantHe was an important photographer who did fashionphotographer who did fashion and portrait photographs.and portrait photographs.  He started as a photographerHe started as a photographer in 1942.in 1942.  He won many awards for hisHe won many awards for his photography, for example thephotography, for example the Prix Nadar in 1994 for hisPrix Nadar in 1994 for his photobookphotobook EvidenceEvidence..  He died in 2004.He died in 2004.
  • 4. A reflection about the photosA reflection about the photos  He did fashion andHe did fashion and portrait photographs.portrait photographs. The photos wereThe photos were usually in black andusually in black and white, but there arewhite, but there are some pictures insome pictures in colour. His photos arecolour. His photos are funny and amusing!funny and amusing! Most of the photosMost of the photos represents curious orrepresents curious or strange situations.strange situations.
  • 5. Sayman’s favourite photoSayman’s favourite photo  In this picture thereIn this picture there are 3 elephantsare 3 elephants dancing with adancing with a woman. It’s a funnywoman. It’s a funny photo.photo.
  • 6. José’s favourite photoJosé’s favourite photo  The woman in thisThe woman in this photo was the singerphoto was the singer Marian Anderson.Marian Anderson. The photo was takenThe photo was taken in New York, the 30 ofin New York, the 30 of June of 1955. TheJune of 1955. The photo looksphoto looks spontaneous, andspontaneous, and little bit funny.little bit funny.
  • 7. Raiza’s favourite photoRaiza’s favourite photo  The woman in thisThe woman in this photo is Judyphoto is Judy Garland, a singer.Garland, a singer. The photo was takedThe photo was taked in New York the 21 ofin New York the 21 of October of 1951. TheOctober of 1951. The woman is happywoman is happy because she smellsbecause she smells roses, a lot of roses.roses, a lot of roses.
  • 8. Paula’s favourite photoPaula’s favourite photo  In this picture we canIn this picture we can see Ethel Merman, ansee Ethel Merman, an actress. The photoactress. The photo was taken in Newwas taken in New York, the 10 ofYork, the 10 of September of 1956.September of 1956. The photo is veryThe photo is very funny. Ethel looksfunny. Ethel looks very surprised.very surprised.
  • 9. THE ENDTHE END
  • 10. THE ENDTHE END

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