See also: Newton
Helmut Newton (born Helmut Neustädter , October 31st 1920, Berlin - January 23rd 2004, Los Angeles) is a Photographe Australia N of German origin . It is known for its photographs of mode and naked female.
Of Jewish father German and American mother , it follows its studies to the college Werner von Trotschke of Berlin, then at the American School of Berlin. It is interested very early in the Photographie and as of 1936 becomes the pupil of the German photographer Else Simon, known as Yva with which it owes its style of photography. It leaves Germany Nazi in 1938: after having worked during a time with Singapore, he emigrates in Australia. During the Second world war, it joined the Australian army, dealing with logistics.
In 1948, it marries the Australian actress June Brunell. After the war he works as independent photographer of, by carrying out photographs of mode as well as work for the magazine Playboy. At the end of the Années 1950 it concentrates more on the stereotypes of mode.
It settles with Paris (France) in 1961 and becomes a very productive fashion photographer. Its work appears in many magazines, in particular in Vogue . Its style, sometimes qualified of a sensual subjectivity, is marked by the erotism, of the stylized scenes and often a subjacent violence. As from 1970 his wife, June Brunell also launches out in photography.
In October 2003 it offers its whole collection of the photographs to Berlin. Now, its works and its private heritage are exposed to the Museum of Photography ( Museum für Fotografie ) in the fashionable district of Charlottenburg to Berlin.
At the end of its life it resides at Monaco and Los Angeles. It is deceased in an car accident with Hollywood (California, the United States) while being crushed on one of the walls of the hotel Château Marmont. According to its request it is buried in Berlin Schöneberg. It rests in Friedhof Schöneberg III, Stubenrauchstraße 43-45, close to the tomb of Marlene Dietrich.
Playboy' S Helmut Newton . - Chronicle Books, August 2005. - ISBN 0-81185-065-X
- Autobiography . - München: Goldmann, 2005. - ISBN 3-442-15290-9
- Big Nudes . - München: Schirmer/Mosel, 2004. - ISBN 3-8296-0139-5
- Helmut Newton' S illustrated . - München: Schirmer/Mosel, 2000. - ISBN 3-88814-613-5
- data base 1. Sex and Power
- data base 2. Pictures from year exhibition
- data base 3. I was young stag
- data base 4. Dr. Phantasme
- Pola Woman . - München: Schirmer/Mosel, 2000. - ISBN 3-88814-749-2
- Portraits : Bilder aus Europa und Amerika. - München: Schirmer/Mosel, 2004. - ISBN 3-8296-0146-8
- Private Property . - München: Schirmer/Mosel, 1989. - ISBN 3-88814-340-3
- Sleepless nights . - München: Schirmer/Mosel, 1991. - ISBN 3-88814-421-3
- Welt ohne Männer . - Schirmer/Mosel, 1993. - ISBN 3-88814-130-3
- White women . - München Schirmer/Mosel, 1992. - ISBN 3-88814-281-4
- Helmut Newton Foundation
- Exposure Helmut Newton to the " Museum für Fotografie" Berlin
- current Exposures
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