ARTE TV : Interview with Pierre Winther
DW : Interview with Pierre Winther
VICE USA : Interview with Pierre Winther
HUNGER MAGAZINE : Interview with Pierre Winther
VICE USA : this is not america by Pierre Winther
HELMUT NEWTON : comments on Pierre Winther´s work for DIESEL JEANS Successful Living
It resembles an accolade in the world of the photographer : Who is mentioned positively by Helmut Newton , may count itself rightly become one of the most progressive and most impressive artists of the present time . When querying this in an interview with the magazine " American Suburb X " after his favorite contemporary photographer , he replied " ..whoever did the Diesel campaign was brilliant ." There is talk of a visionary Pierre Winther . In addition to the said legendary Diesel campaign there are many more moments shine from the repertoire Winther in forthcoming seen Coffe Table book "nothing beats reality " .
VANTAGE MAGAZINE: Interview with Pierre Winther
LBB : Interview with Pierre Winther
THE PHOTOGRAPHERS GALLERY – LONDON
CNU : Interview with Pierre Winther
Archeology of Elegance. Deichtorhallen Hamburg International Kunst and Fotografie, Hamburg, 2002
Archeology of Elegance; Deichtorhallen Museum, Hamburg.
Images: Car Crash, Karma, Omar in the snow, Backgammon of Death, look up, This is not America, The Challenge / Cricket Ball
Archeology of Elegance is an exceptional and dynamic collection of 200 superb photographs by sixty-two of today's most acclaimed photographers from Robert Mapplethorpe to Peter Lindbergh, Miles Aldridge, Herb Ritts, Ellen von Unwerth, Pierre Winther, Nick Knight, David Lachapelle and Jean-Baptiste Mondino, presenting fashion photography as art. During the past twenty years, there is no question that fashion photography has become a driving force for new directions in fashion, design and cosmetics and a vital source of ideas for the visual arts and design–manifesting itself in forms as diverse as punk rock, glamour or high-tech futurism. According to culture critic Ulf Poschardt, fashion photography has become the new, almost self-sufficient leitmedia of international culture, a culture that is expressed increasingly in visual terms. As seen in Archeology of Elegance, this once commercial and functional craft has become, without question, an art form in itself. The book accompanies an exhibition in Paris and Hamburg with upcoming venues in New York, LA, Tokyo and London.
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