Star culture

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Phaidon Press, 2000 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 303 pages
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This is a selection of the best interviews from the leading fashion and styleagazine "Dazed and Confused". With irreverent interviews and interestinguxtapositions of celebrities interviewing one another, it adds up to anxploration of "star culture".;This book was conceived as an exploration intohe language of style culture - a world where identity fuses with image toeave many would-be protagonists dazed and confused as to the results. "Dazednd Confused" magazine has today become a platform for many up-and-coming andstablished artists, film directors, actors, photographers and fashion gurus.ith a strong belief in collaborative journalism, that utilises the format ofhe two-way interview in its most refined form, it turns the tables onstablished interview techniques to transform the celebrity profile into aard-hitting expose on the nature of fame and creativity.;With up to 40nterviews with celebrities (Damien Hirst, Jean Baudrillard, Kate Moss, Terryouthern, Isaac Hayes, Naom Chomsky, Bjork and Stockhausen, Lou Reed and Pauluster, Harmony Korine and Werner Herzog etc), the book includes full page

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Review: Star Culture: The Collected Interviews from Dazed & Confused Magazine

User Review  - Paul Simon Grimsley - Goodreads

Dazed & Confused is one of those magazines that became essential reading for me as a way to plug into culture on all levels and in all mediums -- this is one of the best collections of interviews I ... Read full review

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