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Love and Other Stories

Love and Other Stories


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  • Format: Hardcover
  • 160 pages
  • Publisher: daab
  • Published: October 2007
  • ISBN-10: 3866540345
  • ISBN-13: 9783866540347

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David Drebin was born in Toronto, Canada and is based in New York City since his graduation from Parson School of Design in 1996. After success in the commercial world doing ad campaigns internationally for companies from American Express, Davidoff, New York Times to name a few as well as magazines from Vanity Fair, Travel and Leisure, GQ, Elle, Rolling Stone and many others David has gone on to have exhibitions in Los Angeles and Berlin. LOVE &OTHER STORIES - in spite of David Drebin being a master of staging, the figures entangled in their emotions all seem to feel unobserved and safe. We remain unaware about the causes of the passionate feelings of his female characters, their experiences before being captured in their apparently agitated moods. One has to create a story behind these photos and this way embark on an exciting journey into the imagination. They remind us of film scenes we have never seen. David Drebin's photos are very expressive, matching the subjects that are filled with exciting details. The observer can't escape the mood of each female character highlighted in these photos. In spite of David Drebin being a master of staging, the figures entangled in their emotions all seem to feel unobserved and safe. We remain unaware about the causes of the passionate feelings of his female characters, their experiences before being captured in their apparently agitated moods. One has to create a story behind these photos and this way embark on an exciting journey into the imagination. They remind us of film scenes we have never seen. David Drebin's photos are very expressive, matching the subjects that are filled with exciting details. The observer can't escape the mood of each female character highlighted in these photos.
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