Studio Manassé

Atelier Manassé- Paris Plastique 1928 for The cover of Paris Plastique (art deco magazine)- #3, 1928

Atelier Manassé- Paris Plastique 1928 for The cover of Paris Plastique (art deco magazine)- #3, 1928

Atelier Manassé- Cover paris Studio,#2, 1930_

Atelier Manassé- Cover paris Studio,#2, 1930

Atelier Manassé-..In Plaisirs magazine 1932.

Atelier Manassé- Dangerous Passion, painting of Heroin addiction, published in Studio Manasse , paris Plaisir magazine, 1929 from the book Voluptuous Panic

Atelier Manassé- Déhbillage pour Pages Folles n°6, mars 1934

 

William Goldman

« Working Girls: An American Brothel Circa 1892 featuring unseen photographs of a 19th-century brothel by William I. Goldman. The exhibit debuts in conjunction with the release of a recently published book by art historian and curator Robert Flynn Johnson, titled Working Girls. The exhibition and book feature imaginative and artful photographs, which capture the artist’s deep appreciation and understanding for women who, circa 1892, lived and worked at an upscale brothel in Reading, PA.

The project began nearly 15 years ago when Johnson came across the bordello scenes at a vintage paper fair in Concord, Calif. Fascinated by the beautiful, Degas-like images, Johnson shared the shots with Serge and Tatiana Sorokko who went on to purchase a large portion of the collection. Over a decade later, Sorokko, a prominent art dealer, publisher and owner of Serge Sorokko Gallery in San Francisco, will showcase 25 photographs by Goldman, for which no negatives are known to exist, including 20 never-before-seen images and five images featured in Working Girls.

“Robert is a talented author, brilliant curator and a dear friend. When he reached out to me almost 15 years ago regarding these striking photographs of unnamed women, I knew immediately he must have come across something extraordinary. At the time, our knowledge about the pieces was minimal – what we saw were captivating, raw and provocative images that captured the authenticity of these women’s everyday lives,” recalled Sorokko. “After more than a decade of exhaustive research executed by Robert, it was then that we confirmed our earlier impression of the uniqueness and artistic and historical significance of the photographs. Providing glimpses of modernism and insights into the culture, sociology and fashion of the times, I am proud to debut them to the world at Serge Sorokko Gallery.”

As famed burlesque dancer and Working Girls contributing writer Dita Von Teese notes, “The local photographer and his anonymous muses appear to straddle an artful titillation, at times striving toward Degas nudes and at another, more in the spirit of a strip and tease. There is beauty in even the most mundane moments.” Von Teese, along with Professor Ruth Rosen and Dennita Sewell, are among three distinguished female authors enlisted by Johnson to provide insightful essays into the significance of these photos, which are of the same subject matter explored by artists like Degas, Lautrec, and Picasso in the 19th and 20th Centuries.

In addition to their evocative, sometimes ravishing nature, the photographs present insight into the era’s fashion often spotlighting stockings as seductresses’ accessories. The various fashion ensembles highlighted in these works help to further tell the stories of the women pictured.

Johnson commented, “These images were compelling individually but as a whole, they captured an unseen world of negotiated passion in American life, written about extensively but rarely, for good reason, documented visually. Multiple feelings of curiosity and excitement came over me after finally realizing the potential importance of these photographs. There was also a recognition that their acquisition carried responsibility to find out the story, which lay hidden behind those faces and figures from another era.”

With each image carrying a persona of its own, Johnson, curious to know more, began an investigation into their origin, authorship, and purpose and unearthed an impressive trove of information about more than two hundred vintage photographs of the Reading women. From inside the brothel, posing artistically for the camera, to their off-duty routines, the images portray the depth and diversity of the subject matters while offering a deeper understanding of the private world of the Reading brothel and the women who inhabited it ». source Juxtapose

 

From Working Girls by Robert Flynn Johnson, copyright © 2018, published by Glitterati Editions , 1892 by William Goldman

From Working Girls by Robert Flynn Johnson, copyright © 2018, published by Glitterati Editions , 1892 by  William Goldman

rom Working Girls by Robert Flynn Johnson, copyright © 2018, published by Glitterati Editions , 1892 by William Goldman

rom Working Girls by Robert Flynn Johnson, copyright © 2018, published by Glitterati Editions , 1892 by William Goldman

From Working Girls by Robert Flynn Johnson, copyright © 2018, published by Glitterati Editions , 1892 by William Goldman

From Working Girls by Robert Flynn Johnson, copyright © 2018, published by Glitterati Editions , 1892 by  William Goldman

 

From Working Girls by Robert Flynn Johnson, copyright © 2018, published by Glitterati Editions , 1892 by William Goldman

From Working Girls by Robert Flynn Johnson, copyright © 2018, published by Glitterati Editions , 1892 by  William Goldman

 

From Working Girls by Robert Flynn Johnson, copyright © 2018, published by Glitterati Editions , 1892 by William Goldman

From Working Girls by Robert Flynn Johnson, copyright © 2018, published by Glitterati Editions , 1892 by  William Goldman

From Working Girls by Robert Flynn Johnson, copyright © 2018, published by Glitterati Editions , 1892 by William Goldman

From Working Girls by Robert Flynn Johnson, copyright © 2018, published by Glitterati Editions , 1892 by  William Goldman

 

 

From Working Girls by Robert Flynn Johnson, copyright © 2018, published by Glitterati Editions , 1892 by  William Goldman

From Working Girls by Robert Flynn Johnson, copyright © 2018, published by Glitterati Editions , 1892 by  William Goldman

From Working Girls by Robert Flynn Johnson, copyright © 2018, published by Glitterati Editions , 1892 by William Goldman

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F. Bertin- Nude woman in a cobweb, Paris, 1925

François Bertin- Nude woman in a cobweb, Paris, 1925 gelatine silver print From EroticPhotography by Alexandre Dupuy , 2011

Charles J Cook

 

Charles J. Cook- Nude, 1910

Charles J. Cook- Nude, 1910

Charles J. Cook- Nude, 1910

charles-j-cook-nude-c-1910

charles-j-cook-untitled-nude-c-1910

Charles J. Cook- Nude, 1910

Charles J. Cook- Nude, 1910

 

Charles J. Cook- Nude, 1927

Charles J. Cook- Nude, 1927

 

Charles J. Cook- Nude, 1920

Charles J. Cook- Nude, 1920

Charles J. Cook- Nude, 1910

Charles J. Cook- Nude, 1910

 

 

Charles J. Cook- Nude, 1928

Charles J. Cook- Nude, 1928

 

Charles J. Cook- Nude, 1910

Charles J. Cook- Nude, 1910

Charles J. Cook- Nude, 1927

Charles J. Cook- Nude, 1927

 

Charles J. Cook- Nude, 1930

Charles J. Cook- Nude, 1930

Albert Arthur Allen (for the Berkeley California) – From the portofolio The Sheik, 1929

 

Albert Arthur Allen (for the Berkeley California) -Portfolio of eight silver gelatin nude photographs titled The Sheik, each with plate number stamped on verso 1929

Albert Arthur Allen (for the Berkeley California) – From the portofolio The Sheik, 1929

Albert Arthur Allen (for the Berkeley California) – From the portofolio The Sheik, 1929

Albert Arthur Allen (for the Berkeley California) – From the portofolio The Sheik, 1929

Albert Arthur Allen (for the Berkeley California) -Portfolio of eight silver gelatin nude photographs titled The Sheik, . 1929

Albert Arthur Allen (for the Berkeley California) -Portfolio of eight silver gelatin nude photographs titled The Sheik, . 1929

Albert Arthur Allen (for the Berkeley California) -Portfolio of eight silver gelatin nude photographs titled The Sheik, . 1929

Albert Arthur Allen (for the Berkeley California) -Portfolio of eight silver gelatin nude photographs titled The Sheik, . 1929

Albert Arthur Allen (for the Berkeley California) -Portfolio of eight silver gelatin nude photographs titled The Sheik, . 1929

Albert Arthur Allen (for the Berkeley California) -Portfolio of eight silver gelatin nude photographs titled The Sheik, . 1929

Albert Arthur Allen (for the Berkeley California) -Portfolio of eight silver gelatin nude photographs titled The Sheik, . 1929

Albert Arthur Allen (for the Berkeley California) -Portfolio of eight silver gelatin nude photographs titled The Sheik, . 1929

Albert Arthur Allen (for the Berkeley California) -Portfolio of eight silver gelatin nude photographs titled The Sheik, . 1929

 

 

Carlo Mollino Polaroïds et posts travaux.

Ces Choix sont non exhaustifs, et ne représente qu’une partie de l’immense travail de Mollino. les sources sont le musé qui lui est dédié, ainsi que le livre Polaroïds de Fulvio Ferrari & Napoleone Ferrari aux Editons Arena.( photo à la fin)

 

Carlo Mollino- Photographs 1956  image courtesy museo casa mollino 9

Carlo Mollino- Photographs 1956 courtesy museo  mollino

Carlo Mollino- Photographs 1956-1962 image courtesy museo casa mollino

Carlo Mollino- Photographs 1956-1962  courtesy museo  mollino

Carlo Mollino- Photographs 1956-1962 image courtesy museo casa mollino

Carlo Mollino- Photographs 1956-1962  courtesy museo mollino

Carlo Mollino- Photographs 1950s image courtesy museo casa mollino

Carlo Mollino- Photographs 1950s courtesy museo  mollino

Carlo Mollino- Photographs 1956-1962  courtesy museo  mollino

Carlo Mollino- Photographs 1956-1962 image courtesy museo casa mollino 9

Carlo Mollino- Photographs 1956-1962 courtesy museo mollino

Carlo Mollino-Untitled 1956-1962

Carlo Mollino-Untitled 1956-1962

Carlo Mollino-Untitled 1956-1962

Carlo Mollino-Untitled 1956-1962

Carlo Mollino-Untitled 1956-1962

Carlo Mollino-Untitled 1956-1962

Carlo Mollino-Untitled 1956-1962

Carlo Mollino-Untitled 1956-1962

Carlo Mollino- Untitled,, 1956-1962, musea F. Alinari

Carlo Mollino- Untitled,, 1956-1962, musea F. Alinari

Carlo Mollino- Untitled, 1950–1960 ( source galerie salon94)

Carlo Mollino- Untitled, 1950–1960 ( source galerie salon94)

Carlo Mollino-Untitled 1956-1962

Carlo Mollino-Untitled 1956-1962

Carlo Mollino-Untitled 1956-1962

Carlo Mollino-Untitled 1956-1962

Carlo Mollino- A-C Minola House, 1970s

Carlo Mollino- A-C Minola House, 1970s

Carlo Mollino-Untitled polaroid-1962-73.

Carlo Mollino-Untitled nude avec une Olivetti, 1960-63 courtesy museo mollino

Carlo Mollino-Untitled nude avec  une Olivetti polaroid-1960

Carlo Mollino-Untitled nude avec une Olivetti , 1960-63 courtesy museo  mollino

Carlo Mollino-Untitled polaroid-1963

Carlo Mollino-Untitled nude avec une Olivetti, 1960-63

Carlo Mollino-Untitled polaroid-1962-73.

Carlo Mollino-Untitled polaroid-1962-73.

Carlo Mollino-Untitled polaroid-1962-73.

Carlo Mollino-Untitled polaroid-1962-73.

Carlo Mollino-Untitled polaroid-1962-73

Carlo Mollino-Untitled polaroid-1962-73

Carlo Mollino-Untitled polaroid-1962-73.

Carlo Mollino-Untitled polaroid-1962-73.

Carlo Mollino-Untitled polaroid-1962-73.

Carlo Mollino-Untitled polaroid-1962-73.

Carlo Mollino-Untitled polaroid-1962-73.

Carlo Mollino-Untitled polaroid-1962-73.

Carlo Mollino-Untitled polaroid-1962-73

Carlo Mollino-Untitled polaroid-1962-73

Carlo Mollino-Untitled polaroid-1962-73

Carlo Mollino-Untitled polaroid-1963

Carlo Mollino-Untitled polaroid-1962-73

Carlo Mollino-Untitled polaroid-1962-73

Carlo Mollino-Portrait with the model, serie polaroid-1962

Carlo Mollino-Portrait with the model, serie polaroid-1962

Carlo Mollino-Untitled polaroid-1962-73.

Carlo Mollino-Untitled polaroid-1962-73.

Carlo Mollino-Untitled polaroid-1962-73.

Carlo Mollino-Untitled polaroid-1962-73.

Carlo Mollino-Untitled polaroid-1962-73.

Carlo Mollino-Untitled polaroid-1962-73.

carlo mollino, untitled polaroid, 1962-73 image courtesy museo casa mollino 1

Carlo Mollino- untitled polaroid, 1962-73

Carlo Mollino-Untitled polaroid-1962-73.

Carlo Mollino-Untitled polaroid-1962-73.

Carlo Mollino-Untitled polaroid, Turin, ealy 1960s courtesy museo  mollino

Carlo Mollino-Untitled polaroid, Turin, ealy 1960s courtesy museo mollino

Carlo Mollino-Untitled polaroid-1962-73.

Carlo Mollino-Untitled polaroid-1962-73. courtesy museo mollino

Carlo Mollino-Self -Portrait polaroid-1962-73.

Carlo Mollino-Self -Portrait polaroid-1962-73. courtesy museo mollino

Carlo Mollino-Untitled polaroid-1962-73.

Carlo Mollino-Untitled polaroid-1962-73. courtesy museo mollino

Carlo Mollino-Untitled polaroid-1962-73.

Carlo Mollino-Untitled polaroid-1962-73.

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Carlo Mollino-Untitled polaroid-1962-73. courtesy museo mollino

Carlo Mollino-Untitled polaroid-1962-73.

Carlo Mollino-Untitled polaroid-1962-73.courtesy museo mollino

Carlo Mollino-Untitled polaroid-1962-73.

Carlo Mollino-Untitled polaroid-1962-73.courtesy museo mollino

Carlo Mollino-Untitled polaroid-1962-73.

Carlo Mollino-Untitled polaroid-1962-73.

Carlo Mollino-Untitled polaroid-1962-73

Carlo Mollino-Untitled polaroid-1962-73

Carlo Mollino-Untitled polaroid-1962-73

Carlo Mollino-Untitled polaroid-1962-73

Carlo Mollino-Untitled polaroid-1962-73

Carlo Mollino-Untitled polaroid-1962-73

Carlo Mollino-Untitled polaroid-1962-73 .

Carlo Mollino-Untitled polaroid-1962-73 .

Carlo Mollino-Untitled polaroid-1962-73.

Carlo Mollino-Untitled polaroid-1962-73.

Carlo Mollino-Untitled polaroid-1962-73

Carlo Mollino-Untitled polaroid-1962-73

Carlo Mollino-Untitled polaroid-1962-73

Carlo Mollino-Untitled polaroid-1962-73

Carlo Mollino-Untitled polaroid-1962-73.

Carlo Mollino-Untitled polaroid-1962-73.

Carlo Mollino-Untitled polaroid-1962-73

Carlo Mollino-Untitled polaroid-1962-73

Carlo Mollino-Untitled polaroid-1962-73

Carlo Mollino-Untitled polaroid-1962-73

Carlo Mollino-Untitled polaroid-1962-73

Carlo Mollino-Untitled polaroid-1962-73

Carlo Mollino-Untitled polaroid-1962-73

Carlo Mollino-Untitled polaroid-1962-73

Carlo Mollino-Untitled polaroid-1962-73

Carlo Mollino-Untitled polaroid-1962-73

Carlo Mollino-Untitled polaroid-1962-73.

Carlo Mollino-Untitled polaroid-1962-73.

Carlo Mollino-Untitled polaroid-1962-73.

Carlo Mollino-Untitled polaroid-1962-73.

Carlo Mollino-Untitled polaroid-1962-73.

Carlo Mollino-Untitled polaroid-1962-73.

Carlo Mollino-Untitled polaroid-1962-73.

Carlo Mollino-Untitled polaroid-1962-73.

Carlo Mollino-Untitled polaroid-1962-73.

Carlo Mollino-Untitled polaroid-1962-73.

the polaroid of carlo mollino is presented inside the metal tube for the expossition Mollino fragments, Triennale de Milan, 2005

the polaroid of carlo mollino is presented inside the metal tube for the expossition Mollino fragments, Triennale de Milan, 2005

the polaroid of carlo mollino is presented inside the metal tube for the expossition Mollino fragments, Triennale de Milan, 2005

the polaroid of carlo mollino is presented inside the metal tube for the expossition Mollino fragments, Triennale de Milan, 2005

the polaroid of carlo mollino is presented inside the metal tube for the expossition Mollino fragments, Triennale de Milan, 2005

the polaroid of carlo mollino is presented inside the metal tube for the expossition Mollino fragments, Triennale de Milan, 2005

the polaroid of carlo mollino is presented inside the metal tube for the expossition Mollino fragments, Triennale de Milan, 2005

the polaroid of carlo mollino is presented inside the metal tube for the expossition Mollino fragments, Triennale de Milan, 2005

the polaroid of carlo mollino is presented inside the metal tube for the expossition Mollino fragments, Triennale de Milan, 2005

the polaroid of carlo mollino is presented inside the metal tube for the expossition Mollino fragments, Triennale de Milan, 2005

the polaroid of carlo mollino is presented inside the metal tube for the expossition Mollino fragments, Triennale de Milan, 2005

the polaroid of carlo mollino is presented inside the metal tube for the expossition Mollino fragments, Triennale de Milan, 2005

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