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Zuckerman, Andrew Wikipedia (en) Library of Congress/NACO

Zuckerman, Andrew, 1977- German National Library ISNI-test National Library of France National Library of Latvia

VIAF ID: 50421875 (Personal)

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Creature abc xR Extended Titles-test Wikipedia (en) Library of Congress/NACO National Library of France
Flower Library of Congress/NACO
˜Un œmonde singulier les animaux d'Andrew Zuckerman National Library of France
Music, 2010: Wikipedia (en) Library of Congress/NACO National Library of Latvia
. of zuckerman's imagery, heine lauded "the variety and the brilliant colors [which] have never been shown in this way before."<ref name="heine, florian 2012 p. 143">heine, florian (20012) "photography: the groundbreaking moments" prestel, p. 143, isbn 3791346695.</ref> the bird website features a short accompanying film, and incorporates additional data such as wingspan and audio files of each species’ call. both creature and bird are informed by a conservationist element, and include portraits of many rare or endangered animals.<ref name="graphicportraiture"/>music, was released as a book, film, and ipad application in 2010, and features portraits of and interviews with musicians from disparate genres, including [[lenny kravitz]], [[ozzy osbourne]], [[herbie hancock]], and [[philip glass]]. following the footprint he laid out in wisdom, zuckerman touched upon similar themes in interviews with each of his contributors, and the documentary intersects footage of the artists as they discuss performance, collaboration, inspiration, and success.<ref name="carson daly">{{cite web|url=http://www.nbc.com/|title=last_call_with_carson_daly/video/andrew-zuckerman/1264398/|publisher=nbc.com}}</ref>returning to his visual survey of the natural world with his 2012 project, [http://www.flowerthebook.com flower], zuckerman photographed over 230 varieties of flora, drawing inspiration from 19th century botanical drawings. he has expressed his desire to create, with the use of modern technology, "the best possible two-dimensional representation of three-dimensional living things",<ref name="smithsonian: flower power, redefined">{{cite web|last=tinsley|first=claire|title=flower power, redefined|url=http://blogs.smithsonianmag.com/artscience/2012/12/flower-power-redefined/?utm_source=tumblr.com&utm_medium=socialmedia&utm_campaign=20121212&utm_content=collageartssciencesflower|publisher=smithsonian magazine|accessdate=12 december 2012}}</ref> and to separate his subject from its metaphorical associations in art.<ref name="wwd on flower">{{cite web|last=garced|first=kristi|title=waris ahluwalia, peter sarsgaard fete andrew zuckerman's flower|url=http://www.wwd.com/eye/parties/waris-ahluwalia-peter-sarsgaard-fete-andrew-zuckermans-flower-6537822|publisher=wwd|accessdate=12 december 2012}}</ref> like creature and bird, flower includes a taxonomical index. the project, which filmmaker david lynch has called "a grand celebration of mother nature's artistry",<ref name="david lynch on flower">{{cite web|last=lynch|first=david|title=lynch on flower|url=http://www.andrewzuckerman.com/blog/david-lynch-on-flower|publisher=andrew zuckerman studio|accessdate=10 september 2012}}</ref> also incorporates time lapse films of the life cycles of seven different species. the films were created from high definition stills, as opposed to video footage.<ref name="smithsonian: flower power, redefined">{{cite web|last=tinsley|first=claire|title=flower power, redefined|url=http://blogs.smithsonianmag.com/artscience/2012/12/flower-power-redefined/?utm_source=tumblr.com&utm_medium=socialmedia&utm_campaign=20121212&utm_content=collageartssciencesflower|publisher=smithsonian magazine|accessdate=12 december 2012}}</ref> the 2013 [http://www.museumdermoderne.at/en/exhibitions/current/details/mdm/flowers-mushrooms Wikipedia (en)
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Wisdom xR Extended Titles-test
Wisdom : life xR Extended Titles-test Library of Congress/NACO
Wisdom : love xR Extended Titles-test Wikipedia (en) Library of Congress/NACO
Wisdom : Peace xR Extended Titles-test Library of Congress/NACO

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