Outumoro: Portraits

Magnum Photographers

Born in Galicia in 1949, Manuel Outumuro is one of the great Spanish fashion photographers, whose archive—containing more than 10,000 images— constitutes a unique document that reflects a large part of the history of Spanish fashion over the last twenty-five years.

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Born in Galicia in 1949, Manuel Outumuro is one of the great Spanish fashion photographers, whose archive—containing more than 10,000 images— constitutes a unique document that reflects a large part of the history of Spanish fashion over the last twenty-five years.

Also, he is an excellent portrait photographer and this anthology work includes an extensive selection of photographs, where we find famous faces—Juliette Binoche, Manolo Blahnik, Diane Kruger, Pedro Almodóvar, Penélope Cruz and Ferran Adrià, among others—a unique portrait of celebrities viewed through the lens of this great master.

Manuel Outumuro (Galicia, 1949) is one of the great Spanish photographers. He has collaborated with all of the major media outlets and his archive constitutes a unique visual memory of Spain ́s recent history.

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ISBN 13 9788417769086
Publisher La Fábrica
Signed Copy No
Date Published 2019
Dimensions 24.5 x 32.5 cm
Edition 1st
Binding Hardcover
No. of Pages 352
Image Count 200
Available for Pre-order? No