Archive for April, 2011

CC TRUBiAK PHOTOGRAPHY : FABREGE EXPERiMENTATiON, 2011

Published by cctadmin on April 24th, 2011


SPOTLiGHT : PETER BERLiN

Published by cctadmin on April 24th, 2011


SPOTLiGHT : NAOMi SiMS ; 1948-2009

Published by cctadmin on April 19th, 2011


ViNTAGE VOGUE : JERRY HALL/TWiGGY 1970′s

Published by cctadmin on April 19th, 2011


SPOTLiGHT : MARGAUX HEMiNGWAY, 1954-1996

Published by cctadmin on April 17th, 2011


NUREYEV photographed by AVEDON, 1961

Published by cctadmin on April 11th, 2011


CC TRUBiAK PHOTOGRAPHY : SNAKESKiN 66

Published by cctadmin on April 6th, 2011


SPOTLiGHT : JULiE ANDREWS

Published by cctadmin on April 6th, 2011


CC TRUBiAK PHOTOGRAPHY ARCHiEVE : BiRD, 2009

Published by cctadmin on April 4th, 2011


SPOTLiGHT : LiV ULLMANN

Published by cctadmin on April 4th, 2011

In this typically close-up shot from iGMAR BERGMAN’S Persona (1966), LiV ULLMANN shares a moment of intimacy with BiBi ANDERSSON.  ANDERSSON plays a young nurse, and ULLMANN her patient, a successful actress who has withdrawn into silence.  I saw Persona on late-night television years ago, and its an psychologically complicated study of two women.  It was also a turning point in ULLMANN’S movie career.  Before she met director iGMAR BERGMAN, who offered her the part of ELiSABETH VOLGER, she had only minor film credits to her name.  She became an internationally recognized actress through the films she made with him: The Hour of the Wolf (1968), Shame (1968), Cries and Whispers (1972), Scenes from a Marriage (1973), Face to Face (1976), and Autumn Sonata (1978).  In these films ULLMANN really did create complex, emotionally strained portraits of contemporary women.