یک دم نور (پولارویدهای تارکوفسکی)‏

  • Title: یک دم نور (پولارویدهای تارکوفسکی)‏
  • Author: Andrei Tarkovsky Giovanni Chiaramonte پریسا دمندان
  • ISBN: 9786005759044
  • Page: 225
  • Format: Paperback
  • An elegiac collection of sixty Polaroid photographs by the late Soviet film director Andrei Tarkovsky Tarkovsky often reflected on the way that time flies and wanted to stop it even with these quick
    An elegiac collection of sixty Polaroid photographs by the late Soviet film director Andrei Tarkovsky Tarkovsky often reflected on the way that time flies and wanted to stop it, even with these quick Polaroid shots The melancholy of seeing things for the last time is the highly mysterious and poetic essence that these images leave with us It is as though Andrei wanted tAn elegiac collection of sixty Polaroid photographs by the late Soviet film director Andrei Tarkovsky Tarkovsky often reflected on the way that time flies and wanted to stop it, even with these quick Polaroid shots The melancholy of seeing things for the last time is the highly mysterious and poetic essence that these images leave with us It is as though Andrei wanted to transmit his own enjoyment quickly to others And they feel like a fond farewell Tonino Guerra, from the IntroductionThis beautifully produced book comprises sixty Polaroid photographs of Andrei Tarkovsky s friends and family, taken between 1979 and 1984 in his native Russia and in Italy, where he spent time in political exile.The size of the Polaroids is exactly as presented in the book, including the frame The book may therefore be viewed as a facsimile edition 60 color illustrations.

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    1. Andrei Arsenyevich Tarkovsky Russian was a Soviet film director, writer and opera director Tarkovksy is listed among the 100 most critically acclaimed filmmakers He attained critical acclaim for directing such films as Andrei Rublev, Solaris and Stalker.Tarkovsky also worked extensively as a screenwriter, film editor, film theorist and theater director He directed most of his films in the Soviet Union, with the exception of his last two films which were produced in Italy and Sweden His films are characterized by Christian spirituality and metaphysical themes, extremely long takes, lack of conventional dramatic structure and plot, and memorable images of exceptional beauty.


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    1. Stunning photographs (polaroids!) from one of our century's most perceptive eyes. The photos, taken by Andrei Tarkovsky in the Russian countryside and in Italy while shooting Nostalgia (just prior to his permanent exile to that country), are themselves exquisite. He's conveyed the essence of the dacha in a way I myself have persistently strived to do, despite my consistent failings. The impression is very misty, very much outside of time: the sense of 'exile' is perhaps just as resounding in his [...]

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    2. A beautiful collection of Polaroid photographs (portraits and landscapes) taken in Russia and Italy in the late 1970s, early 1980s by the great Russian filmmaker. Many images suggest Tarkovsky's films -- especially Mirror and Nostalghia. All of them are beautiful in their own right. The quotations selected from Tarkovsky's artistic credo, Sculpting in Time, and his diaries (Time Within Time) work perfectly here to complement the Polaroids. The Introduction by Tonino Guerra, poet and Tarkovsky's [...]

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    3. "An image is a grain, a self-evolving retroactive organism. it is a symbol of actual life, as opposed to life itself. Life contains death. An image of life, by contrast, excludes it, or else sees in it a unique potential of the affirmation of life. Whatever it expresses – even destruction and ruin – the artistic image is by definition an embodiment of hope, it is inspired by faith. Artistic creation is by definition a denial of death. Therefore it is optimistic, even if in an ultimate sense [...]

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    4. When a very good friend of mine gave the book to me as a birthday present, I couldn't feel more delighted. The first look at the cover assured me that I'm going to enter a world of beauty. For me, Tarkovsky's Polaroids, really are the expression of his infinite soul. The light in them is a miracle and his artistic works are full of miracles.

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    5. 1)影像並不是導演所表達的特定意旨。 而是宛如一滴水珠,所映射出的整個世界2)那麼高,即使鳥兒掉下羽毛/羽毛也不會飄落//它們不會掉落地面,它們會往上翻飛,最後從我們的世界中永遠消失3)生命包含死亡。/相形之下,生命的影像卻排除死亡,/否則便是在死亡身上看見一種/肯定生命的獨特潛力。4)藝術創作在定義上,/是對死亡的否定,/因而是樂觀的。/儘管最終而言,藝術家是 [...]

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    6. I'm gonna have to think about, "We are crucified on one plane, while the world is many-dimensional" some more.

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    7. Historia envuelta en polaroid. Bordada con luz. Empaquetada en Amor.

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    8. A rather interesting book with a selection of gorgeous images all too frequently marred by very poor reproduction (take the odd sharp contrast that overtakes the images on pages 25 and 31, not to mention the fact that these are not actual reproductions of the Polaroids, but simply scans of the images set into a basic, unchanging frame to make them look like actual Polaroids - note that each one has the exact same texture on the borders).To be honest, I expected more from the man who made Solaris [...]

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    9. An incredibly beautiful book, it gives me the feel of the images so much that I can almost breathe in and smell the settings that are so perfectly captured. There's a magic to polaroids in general, perhaps because they are one off photographs, no negatives, no digital backup, and also because of that unique instant way they form before your eyes. These are exceptional pictures aside from that and show, I think, the wonderful director's eye Tarkovsky had for telling a story through image. I love [...]

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    10. You may be mindful of different kinds of light, or you may be tired. Touching, really, to make these images of almost nothing, and cause them to appear to be sprinkled with magical dust, a subliminal filter, an anti-shadow. It is not nostalgia, but might have something to do with life and death. These are images that encroach so tepidly, but with a meaning that resurfaces later, a kind of tracer, a pathway in the mind once travelled. Maybe you can tranpose this kind of meaning to what you see, o [...]

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    11. Brilhante edição da série de polaroids feitas pelo cineasta entre o fim dos anos 70 e início dos 80, os ensaios são preciosos para entender o contexto no qual essas fotos foram tiradas. É impressionante como em um nível o olhar do cineasta claramente está lá, nas composições e na observação da beleza da luz natural. Mas se olharmos um outro nivel de significado encontramos o que une boa parte das pessoas no século XX: fotos de família, íntimas e com a mesma banalidade presente no [...]

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    12. This a surprisingly insightful addendum to the shelf of books by and about Tarkovsky, combining a collection of his Polaroid photographs with (translated) original writings from various sources. While the overall concept might seem to be a bit light, it makes for a interesting read, and the simple color shots are quite in keeping with other aspects of Tarkovsky's art. Worthwhile for anyone who is as obsessed with Tarkovsky as I am!

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    13. أحب هذا المخرج الروسي جداً وأحب فنّه الثقيل. في هذا الكتاب يظهر ابداعه على شكل صور التقطها بكاميرته، وبعض الاقتباسات من يومياته. فيه بعض الصور الخاصة وبعض الصور الفنية الخالصة الثقيلة كالتي في أفلامه الشاعرية. كتاب جميل وناعم ومليء بالحنين. سأبحث عن مثل هذه الكاميرا.

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    14. The infamous Tarkvosky polaroid photographs are powerful due to their lack of external influence. The intimate nature of the images is evident and each picture has something chilling about them that make them deserving of multiple viewings. The pictures more than live up to their reputation.

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    15. Gorgeous personal polaroids of haunting landscapes and family portraits. Tarkovsky's eye for rich compositions won't surprise anyone who's seen his films, but the intimacy of these images is new. Nice selection of reminscences and diary entries put the work in context.

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    16. The photographs are beautiful; however, the book design, being quite mediocre, takes something away from the mood of the images.

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    17. 意境高遠的反意就是其實我很難理解作者的照片要表達什麼拍立得相紙洗出來的照片很有趣拍出來的靜物都變成半透明的看起來很像畫

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    18. خوانش ، هزار و سیصد و نود چهار

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    20. Tarkovsky took pictures. And this collection demonstrates that he is equally a master of the (moving) still as much as a master of the moving (still) image.

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    21. Gorgeous and inspiring.

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