A monograph surveying the past twenty years of work from Uli Weber, one of the most accomplished photographers of his generation. Some photographers build a global reputation specializing in fashion. Others excel in portraiture, in travel, or in the tough commercial world of advertising. Most photographers seek to master just one genre. But, over the past 20 years, a rare few have excelled in all those disciplines. One of them is Uli Weber. Having studied photography in Rome, Uli moved to London in the late ’80s. His first cover shot was for iconic style magazine Arena and featured Sting wrapped in a vivid red fake-fur coat. Other prestigious commissions quickly followed from Marie Claire, Elle and Vogue. Intimate portraiture became an Uli Weber forte with everyone from Jeremy Irons to Robbie Williams, Keira Knightley to Kylie Minogue. Uli Weber is one of the most accomplished and accessible photographers of his generation. This book features a very fine collection of works that has an unusually wide span.
The publication of Portraits was followed up by a series of retrospective exhibitions opening in London then traveling onto MIlan and New York.
Portraits is distributed by Thames and Hudson in Europe and Rizzoli in USA and is available from the link below: