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A stunning journey into the world of Peter Beard

The Art Edition is Limited to 2,250 numbered copies, each signed by Peter Beard

“The most poignant are the ones of decomposing elephants where, over time, as they disintegrate, the bones form magnificent sculpture—sculpture which is not just abstract form but has all the memory traces of life, despair and futility.” — Francis Bacon on Peter Beard’s photographs


Photographer, collector, diarist, and writer of books Peter Beard has fashioned his life into a work of art; the illustrated diaries he kept from a young age evolved into a serious career as an artist and earned him a central position in the international art world. He was painted by Francis Bacon, painted on by Salvador Dalí, and made diaries with Andy Warhol; he toured with Truman Capote and the Rolling Stones, created books with Jacqueline Onassis and Mick Jagger—all of whom are brought to life, literally and figuratively, in his work. As a fashion photographer, he took Vogue stars like Veruschka to Africa and brought new ones—most notably Iman—back to the U.S. with him.


His love affair with natural history and wildlife, which informs most of his work, began when he was a teenager. He had read the books of Isak Dinesen (Karen Blixen) and after spending time in Kenya and befriending the author, bought a piece of land near hers. It was the early 1960s and the big game hunters led safaris, with all the colonial elements Beard had read about in Out of Africa characterizing the open life and landscape, but the times were changing. Beard witnessed the dawn of Kenya’s population explosion, which challenged finite resources and stressed animal populations—including the starving elephants of Tsavo, dying by the tens of thousands in a wasteland of eaten trees. So he documented what he saw—with diaries, photographs, and collages. He went against the wind in publishing unique and sometimes shocking books of these works. The corpses were laid bare; the facts were carefully written down sometimes in type, often by hand, occasionally with blood.


Spilling out over the pages of this massive tome, Peter Beard’s collages are reproduced as a group for the first time at the size they have always meant to be seen, some as foldouts. Hundreds of smaller-scale works and diaries fill the remaining spreads—magnified to show every detail, from Beard’s meticulous handwriting and old-master-inspired drawings to stones and bones and bits of animals pasted to the page. Available in both Art and Collector’s editions, this opulent and beautifully crafted limited edition—complete with wooden stand — is a work of art in itself.


Art Edition Features:

Comes with a specially fabricated wood book stand

XXL-Format: 34.5 x 50 cm (13.4 x 19.7 in.)

Main book: 200 pages of diaries and 294 pages of collages + 5 fold-outs

Original essay by photo critic Owen Edwards

Companion volume: PB2 image index with captions for all images from main book, personal photos and early work of the artist, interview with the artist by Steven M. L. Aronson , a facsimile reprint of Beard`s 1993 handwritten essay from the sold-out first issue of Blind Spot magazine, extensive bibliography, and a list of exhibitions

All color illustrations are color-separated and reproduced in Pan4C, the finest reproduction technique available today, which provides unequalled intensity and color range


The artist:

Born in New York City in 1938, Peter Beard began taking photographs and keeping diaries from early childhood. By the time he graduated from Yale University, he had developed a keen interest in Africa. Throughout the 1960s and ’70s he worked in Tsavo Park, the Aberdares, and Lake Rudolf in Kenya’s northern frontier. He is a constant creator, Beard the chronicler photographs, writes draws, collages and assembles a history of his life experiences and our own. He lives in New York City, Long Island, and Kenya with his wife, Nejma, and daughter, Zara.


The authors:

Steven M. L. Aronson, a former book publisher, is a writer and editor. He edited and published Peter Beard’s book Longing for Darkness and wrote the T.V. special The End of the Game. He is the author of HYPE and the co-author of Savage Grace.


Owen Edwards has written about photography for 30 years for numerous publications including American Photographer, New York Times Magazine, and Smithsonian.


The editors:

Ruth Ansel is an award-winning art director known for her innovative design at many of America's top fashion and cultural magazines since the 1960s. Ansel Design Studio (est. 1992) has produced international fashion campaigns and books with photographers including Peter Beard, Richard Avedon, and Annie Leibovitz.


Nejma Beard is Peter Beard’s agent and Executive Director of the Peter Beard Studio. Her spirit and experience are synchronous with Beard’s—having been born and raised in Kenya. This deep familiarity and a devotion to a place and a people forms their unique collaborative relationship. Primary to her work is a deep concern for the future of the world and a commitment to ecologic efforts. She curates exhibitions, art-directs photo shoots, and edits and assists with all Beard publications.


David Fahey is co-owner of the Fahey/Klein Gallery, Los Angeles. During his 31-year career in the field, he has collaborated on over 45 fine art photography books. He is the co-vice president of the Herb Ritts Foundation and serves on the Photography Advisory Council for the J. Paul Getty Museum.


Collector's Edition

Both Collector's Editions are in such a small circulation worldwide that they are already sold out!

In general, the prices of the photos from the Peter Beard Studio in the art trade between $ 8500 to $ 350,000.

A unique way to be in possession of these two pictures with a beautiful book!

The orders are treated in order of entry.

First, the sets A and B together and then any loose copies.


SOLD OUT, but we still have a very limited stock, new in original wrapping, never opened!

Set deel A en B price upon request.



Peter Beard, Collector's Edition,

A: No. 1-125, photo Fayel Tall

Beard, Nejma / Fahey, David (ED)

Edwards, Owen / Aronson, Steven

M.L. / Beard, Peter / Ansel, Ruth

(Design)

Hardcover + Box, 34.5 x 50 cm,

616 pages


Peter Beard, Collector's Edition,

B: No. 126-250, photo 965

elephants

Beard, Nejma / Fahey, David (ED)

Edwards, Owen / Aronson, Steven

M.L. / Beard, Peter / Ansel, Ruth

(Design)

Hardcover + Box, 34.5 x 50 cm,

616 pages



De uitvoering van de Collector's Edition A en B

• Boek wordt in leer gebonden

• Wordt geleverd in een speciaal gemaakte houten kist

• XXL-Formaat: 34.5 x 50 cm + 5 uitklap pagina's

• Het boek bevat : 200 pagina's van de dagboeken en 300 pagina's collages

• Een apart exemplaar van een essay van de fotocriticus Owen Edwards

• Begeleidend deel, PB 2: beeld inhoud met de foto's erbij in klein afgedrukt, persoonlijke foto's en

vroeg werk van de kunstenaar, interview met de kunstenaar, een facsimile reprint van Beard’s 1993

handgeschreven essay over het uitverkochte eerste exemplaar van Blind Spot Magazine, uitgebreide

bibliografie, filmografie and lijst van tentoonstellingen

• Alle kleurenillustraties zijn "color-separated" en "reproduced in Pan4C", de meest geavanceerde

reproductietechniek van vandaag, die een ongevenaarde intensiteit en kleurengamma geeft


Collector's Edition

No. 1 – 250

• Limited to 250 individually numbered copies, each signed by Peter Beard

• Books No. 1-125 accompanied by the gelatin-silver print “Fayel Tall” (1987/2006). Printed on 50.8 cm x 40.64 (16 in. x 20 in.) paper and signed below the image by the artist.

• Sumptuous leather cover

• Packaged in a velvet-lined wood shipping crate



SOLD OUT

But we have still a very limited stock

unwrapped and in mint condition!



Een verbazingwekkende reis in de wereld van Peter Beard


The most poignant are the ones of decomposing elephants where, over time, as they disintegrate, the bones form magnificent sculpture—sculpture which is not just abstract form but has all the memory traces of life, despair and futility. — Francis Bacon on Peter Beard’s photographs



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Collectors edition A

Collectors edition B

Art edition

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Klik hier voor het resultaat van een veiling bij Christies van een  foto van Peter Beard