A Room in the Museum of Modern Art in Frankfurt/Main

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Kehayoff, 2000 - Photography - 95 pages
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For nearly the whole of the year 2000 the Museum of Modern Art in Frankfurt placed a room at the disposal of Bettina Rheims. Its purpose was to record her inimitable style by means of a selection of her works.

On this occasion a catalogue was been produced which combines important photographs from the exhibition with biographical information.

Jean-Christophe Ammann, was the director of the Museum until December 2001 and was and one of the most influential contributors to the discussion on contemporary art has written a stimulating text to accompany the pictures.

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Contents

Section 1
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Section 2
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Section 3
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About the author (2000)

Bettina Rheims, born in PAris in 1952, started her career in 1978 with a series on female acrobats and strippers. She has wroked for major fashion magazines. The 1994 recipient of the Grand prix de la photographie, she took the official portrait of newly-elected French president Jacques Chirac in 1995 and was appointed Chevalier de la Legion d'Honneur in 2002. She lives in Paris.

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