Choose Me: Portraits of a Presidential Race download epub
by Jim Wooten,Jane Livingston,Sam Donaldson,Arthur Grace
This book very effectively shows the candidates of 1988 in black and white. The pictures are candid and mostly behind-the-scenes. These pictures are revealing because the candidates were often unaware they were being photographed.
This book very effectively shows the candidates of 1988 in black and white. The Republican nominees, Bush and Quayle, are shown. So are the other GOP contenders, including; Al Haig, Jack Kemp, Bob Dole and Pete duPont. The Democrats include Michael Dukakis, Gary Hart, Bruce Babbitt, Richard Gephardt, Al Gore and others. The Foreward is written by Sam Donaldson. 2 people found this helpful.
Newsweek photographer Grace, journalists Sam Donaldson and Jim Wooten, and art critic Jane Livingston collaborate in a rare backstage portrait of the 1988 Presidential campaign. About the Author: ANDREA GREENBAUM is Assistant Professor in the English Department at Barry University, Miami Shores.
Photographer Arthur Grace talked about his book Choose Me: Portraits of a Presidential Race, published by University Press of New England. He described his project of covering the 1988 presidential race. Black and white still photography is highlighted in the book that contains a selection of over one hundred photographs from the campaign trail. Armed with a twin lens reflex camera, Grace photographed each of the major presidential candidates. Among the people photographed are George . Bush, Bob Dole, Michael Dukakis, and Richard Gephardt.
Choose Me: Portraits of a Presidential Race.
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Presidential candidates - United States - Portraits. Wooten, James T. ISBN. Presidents - United States - Election - 1988. Presidents - United States - Election - 1988 - Pictorial works. Robin Williams: A Singular Portrait, 1986-2002. But more surprising is Grace’s writing, which has a warm embracing tone that reflects an unpretentious attitude. The manner in which he relates his anecdotes of Williams, their relationship, and who he was, gives insight into his own persona and eventually creates a portrait that is more than the sum of its part. a wonderful book both in its photography, which is beautifully printed, and more importantly its content, which gives a meaningful and lasting portrayal of Robin Williams. Richard Rivera, NEW YORK JOURNAL OF BOOKS.
Arthur Grace began his professional career in 1973 as a staff photographer for United Press International. During his award-winning thirty-year career, his photos have been featured on the cover of "Life," "Time," "Newsweek," "The New York Times Magazine," are in the permanent collections of numerous museums including the J. Paul Getty Museum, the National Portrait Gallery, and the High Museum of Art. He has published four photographic books: "Choose Me: Portraits of a Presidential Race," "Comedians," "State.
Beginning with Gilbert Stuart's portrait of George Washington, it has been traditional for the president of the United States to have an official portrait taken during his time in office, most commonly an oil painting. This tradition has continued to modern times, although since the adoption of photography as a widely used and reliable technology, the official portrait may also be a photograph (or at least a photograph may be substituted while a painting is being made)
Category: Arts & Photography
Subcategory: Photography & Video
Publisher: Newsweek Books / Brandeis University Press; 1st edition (July 1, 1989)
Pages: 127 pages