Agent Provocateur Exhibitionist | Author: Enzo Peccinotti
Timed to coincide with Agent Provocateur's 10th Anniversary, this book celebrates their famous kinky window displays. Are they real or are they mannequins? They are arousing and stimulating - cocking two fingers at British prudery and celebrating the female body, and sexual attraction. From themes such as 'weapons of mass distraction' to subliminal messages of attraction and desire, Agent Provocateur's shop windows are dramatic and daring. This very intimate shopping experience has achieved notoriety through stunning and stimulating window displays, which have become famous worldwide.
This book is a stimulating look at these erotic exhibitions, which matches Enzo Peccinotti's photography with quotes from Vivienne Westwood to the Editrice of Erotic Review.
22.3 x 24.3cm
A Civil Rights Journey | Author: Doris Derby
A Civil Rights Journey presents the astonishing archive of Dr Doris Derby: photographer, activist, and professor of anthropology. Active throughout the Civil Rights Movements of the mid twentieth century in...
Do Earth: Healing strategies for humankind | Author: Tamsin Omond
We know there’s a climate emergency but what does that mean we should do? What does a ‘better future’ look like and how do we get there? Having spent over...
Jonathan Jones: Works on paper 2010-19 | Editor: Genevieve O'Callaghan
Jonathan Jones’ publication works on paper 2010–19 celebrates the works of one of Australia’s most important contemporary Indigenous artists. Never-before-seen in one survey, these sensitive works discuss the histories, textures...