LOS ANGELES, CA.- Internationally acclaimed singer-songwriter, Bryan Adams, is set to release his first book of photography this September, entitled Exposed. Published by Steidl, Exposed, features portraits of friends and colleagues in the entertainment, fashion and art community. Exposed is available for preorder on Amazon.com and Barnes & Noble.
Including a foreword by Sir Elton John, Exposed is Adams first comprehensive monograph, showcasing an intimate look at some of the most important figures in pop culture, including Morrissey, Sir Ben Kingsley, Amy Winehouse, Michael Jackson, Louise Bourgeois, Dame Judi Dench, and more.
In the late nineties Bryan Adams became curious about making photographic self-portraits for his album covers, and so chose to pick up the camera himself. That serendipitous decision was the beginning of a successful photographic career, parallel to Adams impressive achievements as a singer, songwriter and producer.
Exposed is a retrospective of Adams photography and features portraits of friends and colleagues in the entertainment, fashion and art industries.This book, Adams first comprehensive monograph, exposes not only unknown facets of his subjects but also the depth of Adams photographic faculty.
A retrospective of Adams ' photography, Exposed provides a glimpse into the many faces that help shape our culture.
Bryan Adams divides his time between music and photography. Adams has photographed for magazines including Interview, i-D, Harpers Bazaar, and British and German Vogue. In 2003 he founded zoomagazine.com for which he has received a Goldene Feder Award and has since been honored twice with Lead awards in Germany , first in 2006 for his series of photographs of Mickey Rourke and again in 2012 for his fashion photos of Rt. Honourable Daphne Guinness.
Exposed is currently on exhibition at the Museum of Multi Media in Moscow until October 2012. Future exhibitions include, Dallas (December 2012) and London , Doha and Dusseldorf for 2013.