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The ecstasy of things
|Statement||eds., Thomas Seelig, Urs Stahel.|
|Contributions||Seelig, Thomas, 1964-, Stahel, Urs., Fotomuseum Winterthur., UBS AG., Stiftung für die Photographie (Switzerland)|
|LC Classifications||TR706 .E27 2004|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||397 p. :|
|Number of Pages||397|
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From the handmade object to the mass produced, these things that once served a purpose soon became harbingers of beauty, modernity and innovation. Beyond the material, these objects have stimulated.
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But yet the body is his book. And if some lover, such as we, Have heard this dialogue of one, ‘The Ecstasy’ — spelled ‘Extasie’ in Donne’s time — comes from the Greek, ekstasis.The Ecstasy of Things illustrates how product photography reflects the world of things as captured in varying lights for designers, manufacturers, and advertising agencies.
Collected here are nearly photographs-many of which were unearthed from company and agency archives worldwide on behalf of the Fotomuseum Winterthur and the Swiss.
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