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Physiognomy: The Mark Seliger Photographs
A wild ride through the famous faces of our decade--from a frisky Drew Barrymore to a world-weary Mick Jagger--portraits that run the gamut from sexy to humorous, poignant to compelling. 104 color and 84 duotone photos.
Hardcover, 224 pages
Published June 14th 2000 by Bulfinch Press
(first published September 1st 1999)
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Mark Seliger had a style all his own in the pages of Rolling Stone and the early days of Us Magazine. Physiognomy is the assessment of a person by their outward appearance, and Seliger would do that by either placing his subject matter in different styles of poses, or dressing them up in costumes (the Seinfeld cast as players from the Wizard of Oz for example). The colors, the framing and the subjects of his photography always make a person sit and stare for a little while before moving on to th ...more