- Includes previously unseen images from Anton Corbijn's photographic oeuvre
- Luxuriously bound with silk screen and foil blocking
- Accompanies an exhibition at Knokke-Heist, summer 2020
- With an essay by Karen Van Godtsenhoven, associate curator of The Costume Institute of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
In MOOD/MODE, leading international photographer and filmmaker Anton Corbijn presents images from his extensive body of work in which he explores the crossover between photography and the world of fashion - in the broadest sense of the word.
Corbijn's portraits of figures such as Alexander McQueen, Tom Waits and Naomi Campbell have now achieved iconic status. As visual director behind Depeche Mode and through his decades-long collaboration with U2 and others, he has made his mark on the way we look at an important aspect of contemporary culture.
With MOOD/MODE, Anton Corbijn shows that fashion is everywhere. The book contains some 150 photographs, many of them published for the first time, and its world première will be in Knokke-Heist, summer 2020.
- Hannibal Books
- 8th Sep 2020
- World excluding France, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Portugal, Spain, and Italy
- 330 mm x 330 mm
- 200 Pages
- 68 color, 138 b&w