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Robert Whitaker

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20 сентября не стало Роберта Уитакера - фотографа вероятно снимавшего Битлз больше всех и одновременно во многой степени создавшего их образ. Начал сотрудничество с группой в 1964 во время австралийских гастролей. Самые известными снимками Боба Уитакера стала т.н. бутчер кавер - обложка мясников - впервые представившая Битлз нетрадиционно, в сюрреалистических одеяниях. 20 сентября не стало Роберта Уитакера - фотографа вероятно снимавшего Битлз больше всех и одновременно во многой степени создавшего их образ. Начал сотрудничество с группой в 1964 во время австралийских гастролей. Самые известными снимками Боба Уитакера стала т.н. бутчер кавер - обложка мясников - впервые представившая Битлз нетрадиционно, в сюрреалистических одеяниях.

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Robert Whitaker (13 November 1939 – 20 September 2011) was a renowned British photographer, best known internationally for his many photographs of The Beatles,[1] taken between 1964 and 1966, and for his photographs of the rock group Cream, which were used in the Martin Sharp-designed collage on the cover of their 1967 LP Disraeli Gears.Robert Whitaker (13 November 1939 – 20 September 2011) was a renowned British photographer, best known internationally for his many photographs of The Beatles,[1] taken between 1964 and 1966, and for his photographs of the rock group Cream, which were used in the Martin Sharp-designed collage on the cover of their 1967 LP Disraeli Gears.


Robert Whitaker is a renowned British photographer. He is best known internationally for his many photographs of The Beatles, taken between 1964 and 1966, and for his photographs of the rock group Cream.

He began his photographic career in London in the late 1950s but moved to Melbourne in 1961, where he began studying at the University of Melbourne and became part of the small but flourishing Melbourne arts scene. Whitaker ran a freelance photography studio in Melbourne when he had his fateful meeting with The Beatles and their manager Brian Epstein, during their 1964 tour which led to his first shots of the Beatles.

When Bob returned to England in 1964, he set to work photographing the members of the NEMS stable including Billy J. Kramer & The Dakotas, Gerry & The Pacemakers, Cilla Black and The Seekers. However, it was with The Beatles that Whitaker created his most famous and enduring work. One of his first assignments was photographing The Beatles during their triumphant second American tour, including the historic Shea Stadium concert in New York. He spent the next two years travelling with the Beatles and shooting them on their tours, at home, in the recording studio, during private moments, and in formal photo-sessions. His photos from this period include the portraits that were used to form the Klaus Voorman collage-illustration on the cover of the group's landmark 1966 LP Revolver, and a series of group portraits taken while the group was making promotional films for the singles "Rain" and "Paperback Writer" in Chiswick Park, London in 1966, including the famous "Way Out" portrait of George Harrison. Whitaker quickly became a key figure of the London underground scene.
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With The BeatlesWith The Beatles

On his arrival in England in August 1964, Whitaker set to work photographing the members of the NEMS stable including Billy J. Kramer & The Dakotas, Gerry & The Pacemakers (including cover shots for their How Do You Like It and Ferry Across The Mersey LPs) and Cilla Black (including cover shots for the Cilla and Cilla Sings A Rainbow LPs). He also did several photographs of the hugely successful Australian folk-pop group The Seekers, including the cover shots for the LP Seekers Seen In Green (1967); his Seekers photos were also used for the archival CD Live At The Talk Of The Town and the The Seekers Complete boxed set, and a more recent photo of Judith Durham was used on the cover of her 2001 solo CD Hang On to Your Dream.

But it was with The Beatles and especially John Lennon, with whom he became close friends, that Whitaker created his most famous and enduring work. One of his first assignments was photographing The Beatles during their triumphant second American tour, including the historic Shea Stadium concert in New York. He spent the next two years travelling with the Beatles and shooting them at work, at rest and at play—on their tours, at home, in the recording studio, during private moments, and in formal photo-sessions. His photos from this period include the portraits that were used to form the Klaus Voormann collage-illustration on the cover of the group's landmark 1966 LP Revolver, and a series of group portraits taken while the group was making promotional films for the singles "Rain" and "Paperback Writer" in Chiswick Park, London in 1966, including the famous "Way Out" portrait of George Harrison.

With almost unlimited access to the most famous and popular band in the world, Whitaker quickly became a key figure of the London underground scene, capturing "the creativity and excess of London in the sixties". He has been quoted as saying: "There were about 100 people who ran the Sixties" and he was fortunate enough to meet and photograph virtually all of them.

Whitaker also accompanied The Beatles on their 1966 tour of Japan. In Tokyo the promoter gave him a Nikon 21 mm wide-angle lens with which he took numerous shots of The Beatles relaxing in their hotel room at the Tokyo Hilton. These include several photographs of the four Beatles at work on a collaborative painting "Images of A Woman", the only such joint artwork they ever undertook, and a colour photo of the group inspecting antiques, which was used on the back cover of the compilation album A Collection of Beatles Oldies.
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 The butcher cover The "butcher cover"

Whitaker's most celebrated work is the 1966 photo which was appropriated for The Beatles' infamous Yesterday and Today album cover, which was briefly released in the U.S. in 1966 but hastily withdrawn.
The "butcher cover"

On 25 March 1966, The Beatles went to Whitaker’s Chelsea studio for a photo session, intending to take photos for the cover of (and/or to promote) their forthcoming single, "Rain"/"Paperback Writer". The band and their photographer were determined to create something more than the run-of-the-mill publicity shots, and among the resulting images was one which has since become known as the "butcher" photo, in which The Beatles are depicted wearing white coats, draped with dismembered doll parts, slabs of meat and false teeth.

This now-legendary image was originally conceived as one of a triptych of photographs, and intended as a surreal, satirical pop art observation on The Beatles’ fame. Whitaker’s inspirations for the images included the work of German surrealist Hans Bellmer, notably his 1937 book Die Puppe (La Poupée). Bellmer’s images of dismembered doll and mannequin parts were first published in the French Surrealist journal Minotaure in 1934. Whitaker has also cited Meret Oppenheim as another important influence, notably her most famous surrealist creation Object (Le Déjeuner en fourrure) (Lunch In Fur) (1936), a disturbing creation in which she covered a cup, saucer and spoon entirely in fur.

"It's an apparent switch-around of how you think. Can you imagine actually drinking out of a fur tea cup? I did a photograph of the Beatles covered in raw meat, dolls and false teeth. Putting meat, dolls and false teeth with The Beatles is essentially part of the same thing, the breakdown of what is regarded as normal. The actual conception for what I still call "Somnambulant Adventure" was Moses coming down from Mt. Sinai with the Ten Commandments. He comes across people worshipping a golden calf. All over the world I'd watched people worshipping like idols, like gods, four Beatles. To me they were just stock standard normal people. But this emotion that fans poured on them made me wonder where Christianity was heading".

It has often been claimed that The Beatles intended the "butcher cover" as a protest at the way their music was being "butchered" by their American label, Capitol Records. In a Nov. 15 1991 interview with Goldmine magazine, Whitaker discussed the butcher cover at length, and unequivocally put the protest claims to rest:

"How did that photo, featuring the Beatles among slabs of meat and decapitated dolls, come about? Was it your idea or the Beatles'?

"It was mine. Absolutely. It was part of three pictures that should have gone into an icon. And it was a rough. If you could imagine, the background of that picture should have been all gold. Around the heads would have gone silver halos, jewelled. Then there are two other pictures that are in the book [The Unseen Beatles], but not in colour.

"How did you prepare for the shoot?

"It was hard work. I had to go to the local butcher and get pork. I had to go to a doll factory and find the dolls. I had to go to an eye factory and find the eyes. False teeth. There's a lot in that photograph. I think John's almost-last written words were about that particular cover; that was pointed out to me by Martin Harrison, who wrote the text to my book. I didn't even know that, but I'm learning a lot.

"Why meat and dolls? There's been a lot of conjecture over the years about what that photo meant. The most popular theory is that it was a protest by the Beatles against Capitol Records for supposedly "butchering" their records in the States.

"Rubbish, absolute nonsense. If the trilogy or triptych of the three photographs had ever come together, it would have made sense. There is another set of photos in the book which is the Beatles with a girl with her back toward you, hanging on to sausages. Those sausages were meant to be an umbilical cord. Does this start to open a few chapters?

"Were you aware when you shot it that Capitol Records was going to use it as a record cover?"

"No."

"Were you upset when they did and then when they pulled it and replaced it with another photo?"

"Well, I shot that photo too, of them sitting on a trunk, the one that they pasted over it. I fairly remember being bewildered by the whole thing. I had no reason to be bewildered by it, purely and simply, because it could certainly be construed as a fairly shocking collection of bits and pieces to stick on a group of people and represent that in this country.

Quoted in 1966 in the British music magazine Disc and Music Echo, Whitaker said:

"I wanted to do a real experiment - people will jump to wrong conclusions about it being sick, but the whole thing is based on simplicity -- linking four very real people with something real. I got George to knock some nails into John’s head, and took some sausages along to get some other pictures, dressed them up in white smocks as butchers, and this is the result -- the use of the camera as a means of creating situations."

Whitaker was later quoted as saying that the basic motivation for making A Somnambulant Adventure came from the fact that he and The Beatles were "really fed up at taking what one had hoped would be designer-friendly publicity pictures". In the interview conducted just before his death in 1980 (referred to by Bob), John Lennon confirmed this.

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    John Lennon - It was inspired by our boredom and resentment at having to do another photo session and another Beatles thing. We were sick to death of it. Bob was into Dali and making surreal pictures. John Lennon - "It was inspired by our boredom and resentment at having to do another photo session and another Beatles thing. We were sick to death of it. Bob was into Dali and making surreal pictures."

Whitaker had intended the triptych to be his "personal comment on the mass adulation of the group and the illusory nature of stardom … I had toured quite a lot of the world with them by then, and I was continually amused by the public adulation of four people".

The images in the triptych were actually intended as the foundation of a much more elaborate work. He had planned to retouch the photos to give them the appearance of a religious icon. The background was to be painted gold like a Russian icon and to have the Fab Four’s heads surrounded by jewelled halos, with the photos bordered in rainbow colours. This decoration, contrasted with the bizarre situations of the photos themselves, was evidently intended to create a surreal juxtaposition between the band's image and celebrity, and the underlying fact that they were just as real and human as everyone else.

"John played with all sorts of bits and pieces before we actually did the picture. I did a few outtake pictures which were of them actually playing with a box full of dolls which they pulled out and stuck all over themselves. There was an enormous amount of laughter. There was even George Harrison banging nails into John's head with a hammer. The actual conception of what is termed the ‘Butcher's Sleeve’ is a reasonably diverse piece of thinking ..."

" ... the [butcher] cover was an unfinished concept. It was just one of a series of photographs that would have made up a gate-fold cover. Behind the head of each Beatle would have been a golden halo and in the halo would have been placed a semi-precious stone. Then the background would have contained more gold, so it was rather like a Russian icon. It was just after John Lennon had said that the Beatles were more popular than Jesus Christ. In a material world that was an extremely true statement."

The first photo shows The Beatles facing a woman who stands with her back to the camera, her hands raised as if in surprise (or worship) while The Beatles hold a string of sausages. This was meant to represent the 'birth' of the Beatles, with the sausages serving as an umbilical cord. Whitaker explained: "My own thought was how the hell do you show that they've been born out of a woman the same as anybody else? An umbilical cord was one way of doing it."

The centre panel of the triptych is the image nowadays referred to as the "butcher" photo. It shows the (possibly stoned) Beatles dressed in butchers’ coats, draped with slabs of red meat, false teeth, glass eyes and dismembered doll parts. This picture was actually titled "A Somnambulant Adventure" and Bob’s intention was to add other elements to it which would create a jarring juxtaposition between idolisation of The Beatles' as gods of the pop world and their flesh and blood reality as ordinary human beings, but he was never able to realise this.

The photograph that would have been used for the right-hand panel of the triptych is one of George Harrison standing behind a seated John Lennon, hammer in hand, apparently driving nails into John's head. Whitaker explained that this picture was intended to demonstrate that the Beatles were not an illusion, not something to be worshipped, but people as real and substantial as "a piece of wood".

A fourth picture taken at the same session, but apparently not intended to be part of the triptych, is also included in Whitaker’s book The Unseen Beatles. It shows John framing Ringo's head with a cardboard box, on one of the flaps of which is written "2,000,000".

"I wanted to illustrate that, in a way, there was nothing more amazing about Ringo than anyone else on this earth. In this life he was just one of two million members of the human race. The idolization of fans reminded me of the story of the worship of the golden calf."

Like the famous 1963 nude photo of Christine Keeler taken by his contemporary Lewis Morley, Whitaker's "butcher" photo soon passed out of his control and took on a life of its own. The Beatles themselves seem to have been behind the use of the photo in British trade advertisements and then on the cover of the Capitol album Yesterday and Today. The prime mover seems to have been Paul McCartney. In his book Shout, Beatles biographer Philip Norman claims that Brian Epstein had misgivings about the picture and felt it would disrupt the band’s meticulously managed image, which had taken a hammering in the wake of the recent "bigger than Jesus" controversy. But according to Norman, the band overruled him.

Interestingly, the butcher photo made three appearances in print in the UK before it was released in the USA on the cover of Yesterday And Today. It was first published on page 2 of New Musical Express on 3 June 1966' in an EMI advertisement promoting the forthcoming single. The same ad was published in Disc and Music Echo the next day, June 4. Both these versions were in B&W. Its third appearance (and its first in colour) was on the front page of Disc and Music Echo on 11 June 1966 under the headline, "BEATLES: WHAT A CARVE-UP!"

It can also reportedly be glimpsed in photos taken during the making of the "Rain" and "Paperback Writer" film-clips, filmed on 19 May, in which Paul McCartney can be seen inspecting transparencies from the 25 March photo session. None of these appearances seem to have caused any appreciable comment in the UK, even though they were published only days before Capitol’s promotional release of Yesterday And Today in th U.S.
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News have reached us that the Beatles photographer Robert Whitaker passed away this morning, at the age of 71News have reached us that the Beatles photographer Robert Whitaker passed away this morning, at the age of 71
Whitaker was running a freelance penthouse photo studio in Flinders Street, Melbourne when he had his fateful meeting with The Beatles and their manager Brian Epstein, during the group's June 1964 Australasian tour. This came about more or less by accident, when Whitaker accompanied a journalist friend to an interview with Epstein for an article for the Melbourne Jewish News. Whitaker's picture was published with the article, which led to his introduction to Epstein and his first shots of the Beatles—pictures of Paul McCartney and George Harrison each holding up boomerangs presented to them by Australian fans.
"I photographed Epstein, saw he was a bit of a peacock and a cavalier, and put peacock feathers around his head in photographic relief. He was knocked out when he saw the picture. After that, he saw an exhibition of collages I had at the Museum of Modern Art and immediately offered me the position of staff photographer at NEMS, photographing all his artists. I initially turned it down, but after seeing The Beatles perform at Festival Hall I was overwhelmed by all the screaming fans and I decided to accept the offer to return to England ".
Whitaker's most celebrated work is the 1966 photo which was appropriated for The Beatles' infamous Yesterday and Today album cover, which was briefly released in the U.S. in 1966 but hastily withdrawn.

http://wogew.blogspot.com/2011/09/robert-whitaker.html
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TOKYO - JULY 1: Photographer Robert Whitaker poses during the events to mark the 40th anniversary of the Beatles' 1966 visit to Tokyo at the Capitol Tokyu Hotel on July 1, 2006 in Tokyo, Japan. Whitaker was the official photographer for the band's visit to Japan. TOKYO - JULY 1: Photographer Robert Whitaker poses during the events to mark the 40th anniversary of the Beatles' 1966 visit to Tokyo at the Capitol Tokyu Hotel on July 1, 2006 in Tokyo, Japan. Whitaker was the official photographer for the band's visit to Japan.
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TOKYO - JULY 1: Photographer Robert Whitaker poses in front of his photographic exhibition during the events to mark the 40th anniversary of the Beatles' 1966 visit to Tokyo at the Capitol Tokyu Hotel on July 1, 2006 in Tokyo, Japan. Whitaker was the official photographer for the band's visit to Japan. (Photo by Koichi Kamoshida/Getty Images)
TOKYO - JULY 1: Photographer Robert Whitaker poses in front of his photographic exhibition during the events to mark the 40th anniversary of the Beatles' 1966 visit to Tokyo at the Capitol Tokyu Hotel on July 1, 2006 in Tokyo, Japan. Whitaker was the official photographer for the band's visit to Japan. (Photo by Koichi Kamoshida/Getty Images)
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TOKYO - JULY 1: People look at an exhibition during the events to mark the 40th anniversary of the Beatles' 1966 visit to Tokyo at the Capitol Tokyu Hotel on July 1, 2006 in Tokyo, Japan. Whitaker was the official photographer for the band's visit to Japan. (Photo by Koichi Kamoshida/Getty Images)TOKYO - JULY 1: People look at an exhibition during the events to mark the 40th anniversary of the Beatles' 1966 visit to Tokyo at the Capitol Tokyu Hotel on July 1, 2006 in Tokyo, Japan. Whitaker was the official photographer for the band's visit to Japan. (Photo by Koichi Kamoshida/Getty Images)
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Re: Robert Whitaker, R.I.P.
Автор: Японец   Дата: 03.11.11 03:22:06   
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 TOKYO - JULY 1: Photographer Robert Whitaker holds his camera above his head at the autograph signign session at his photographic exhibition during the events to mark the 40th anniversary of the Beatles' 1966 visit to Tokyo at the Capitol Tokyu Hotel on July 1, 2006 in Tokyo, Japan. Whitaker was the official photographer for the band's visit to Japan. (Photo by Koichi Kamoshida/Getty Images) TOKYO - JULY 1: Photographer Robert Whitaker holds his camera above his head at the autograph signign session at his photographic exhibition during the events to mark the 40th anniversary of the Beatles' 1966 visit to Tokyo at the Capitol Tokyu Hotel on July 1, 2006 in Tokyo, Japan. Whitaker was the official photographer for the band's visit to Japan. (Photo by Koichi Kamoshida/Getty Images)
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Re: Robert Whitaker, R.I.P.
Автор: Японец   Дата: 03.11.11 03:22:42   
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 	 TOKYO - JULY 1: Photographer Robert Whitaker signs autographs at his photographic exhibition during the events to mark the 40th anniversary of the Beatles' 1966 visit to Tokyo at the Capitol Tokyu Hotel on July 1, 2006 in Tokyo, Japan. Whitaker was the official photographer for the band's visit to Japan. (Photo by Koichi Kamoshida/Getty Images) TOKYO - JULY 1: Photographer Robert Whitaker signs autographs at his photographic exhibition during the events to mark the 40th anniversary of the Beatles' 1966 visit to Tokyo at the Capitol Tokyu Hotel on July 1, 2006 in Tokyo, Japan. Whitaker was the official photographer for the band's visit to Japan. (Photo by Koichi Kamoshida/Getty Images)
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Re: Robert Whitaker
Автор: Corvin   Дата: 09.11.12 20:10:40   
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В финском городе Kuopio с 7 сентября по 28 октября 2012 проходила выставка работ Роберта Уайтакера. На выставке побывал Алексей Лямин, который поделился фотографиями происходящего вокруг выставки и на ней самой. Далее - комментарии Алексея.В финском городе Kuopio с 7 сентября по 28 октября 2012 проходила выставка работ Роберта Уайтакера. На выставке побывал Алексей Лямин, который поделился фотографиями происходящего вокруг выставки и на ней самой. Далее - комментарии Алексея.

Эти знаки организаторы развесили по городу по согласованию с администрацией.
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Re: Robert Whitaker
Автор: Corvin   Дата: 09.11.12 20:11:18   
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Выставка проходила в доме бывшего фотографа, где постоянно проводятся всякие Выставка проходила в доме бывшего фотографа, где постоянно проводятся всякие
События. В подвале дома -мини Cavern Club площадью ~ 3 м кв, в котором стена как в настоящем и крутят постоянно битловские фильмы.
Вход-5€.
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Re: Robert Whitaker
Автор: Corvin   Дата: 09.11.12 20:14:02   
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Сам фотограф умер в прошлом году и его наследники решили немножко его порекламировать и, заодно, заработать.Сам фотограф умер в прошлом году и его наследники решили немножко его порекламировать и, заодно, заработать.
Эта книга копий его фоток с выставки. Стоимость ~ 400€.
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Re: Robert Whitaker
Автор: Corvin   Дата: 09.11.12 20:14:36   
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Robert Whitaker
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Re: Robert Whitaker
Автор: Corvin   Дата: 09.11.12 20:14:50   
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Robert Whitaker
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Re: Robert Whitaker
Автор: Corvin   Дата: 09.11.12 20:15:26   
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Robert Whitaker
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Re: Robert Whitaker
Автор: Corvin   Дата: 09.11.12 20:15:58   
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А это зальчик с оригиналами работ и подписаннными фотками - партитура Естердэй (Скрипичные партии) - автограф Мартина и Маккартни - 9т.€.А это зальчик с оригиналами работ и подписаннными фотками - партитура Естердэй (Скрипичные партии) - автограф Мартина и Маккартни - 9т.€.
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Re: Robert Whitaker
Автор: McLenHarSt   Дата: 09.11.12 20:20:33   
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Надеюсь что Душа его уже с Джоном и Джорджем
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Re: Robert Whitaker
Автор: Corvin   Дата: 09.11.12 20:21:06   
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Эта фотка с автографами всех участников квартета-9т.€Эта фотка с автографами всех участников квартета-9т.€
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Re: Robert Whitaker
Автор: Грибушин Сергей Иванович   Дата: 25.06.13 15:40:00   
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EIGHT DAYS A WEEK EIGHT DAYS A WEEK
лимитированное изд. (3000 копий), с автографом Robert Whitaker
37 cm x 31 cm; 160 с. (на нем. языке)
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