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Music Video Stills

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With the arrival of music television in the early 1980s, video has become perhaps the most pervasive and influential medium of our time. Within this medium, Mark Romanek has established himself as one of the most innovative video artists working today. He has directed music videos for such artists as Nine Inch Nails, Fiona Apple, David Bowie, Madonna, R.E.M., Janet Jackson ...more
Hardcover, 200 pages
Published December 1st 1999 by Arena Editions
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Aaron the Pink Donut
Feb 07, 2008 rated it it was ok
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A collection of beautiful stills form the music video work of Mark Romanek. Romanek is primarily a Multimedia artist, but he supplement his more academic work with mainstream music video directing; if you watch any music video channel you have likely seen his work. He worked with a lot of well know and not so well know artist. This volume reflects that diverse and expansive vision. Include are video stills from his work spanning 1992-1998.
Featured artists are: David Bowie, Madonna G, Love &
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