Hinde Haest: Between Ad and Allegory. Marketing Portraits of Gerard Reve

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Rijksmuseum Studies in Photography, vol 12.

Hinde Haest writes about the portraits of Gerard Reve, the writer who consciously built up a controversial image of himself through his pictures.

The Rijksmuseum Studies in Photography series is made possible by the Manfred and Hanna Heiting Fund. This Fund allows young researchers from around the world to examine the photographic collection of the Rijksmuseum and publish their research.

All parts of the series are available in PhotoQ Bookshop.
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Beschrijving

Gerard Reve (1923-2006) was one of the first Dutch writers who used photography to build his controversial image and thus influence. Selling his books he caused a sensation with writing about gay sexuality and heresy, and these themes are also reflected in the photos. Reve was photographed with skulls, crucifixes and teddy bears, and thus consciously emphasized his controversial reputation.

 

Extra informatie

titel

Between Ad and Allegory. Marketing Portraits of Gerard Reve

Auteur / redactie

Hinde Haest

uitgever

Rijksmuseum

bindwijze

hardcover

taal

English

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