White Album of the Hamptons Pub Delayes March 2021

White Album of the Hamptons Pub Delayes March 2021

The White Album of the Hamptons provides a visual record of von Hohenberg's experiment in capturing the soul of the Hamptons and its unseen world of transcendent illumination through black-and-white photographs.

Author: von von Hohenberg

Publisher: G Editions LLC

ISBN: 1943876142

Category: Photography

Page: 104

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An original book of photography which presents a unique, minimal take on the beaches of the Hamptons in black-and-whiteThe author, Christophe von Hohenberg, is known for his photographs of the mourners at Andy Warhol's memorial in 1987 - a Who's Who of fashionable New YorkThe beaches of the Hamptons are the summertime refuge of fashionable New YorkersThe Hamptons has served as an inspiration and muse for generations of artists from William Merritt Chase to Eric FischPhotographer Christophe von Hohenberg's photographs give the impression of squinting against the glaring summer sun-bleached out details blur and feint gestures carve out the presence of figures against the vast oceanic expanse. Allowing himself to be "blinded by the light" von Hohenberg has found harmony on the beaches of the Hamptons, a place that cleanses, renews, and soothes. As delicate smears and ghostly shapes flesh out the familiar yet distant dreamscape of the beaches, von Hohenberg's photographs intimate an ineffable feeling - haunting, serene, and sublime. The White Album of the Hamptons provides a visual record of von Hohenberg's experiment in capturing the soul of the Hamptons and its unseen world of transcendent illumination through black-and-white photographs.
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Still in the Hamptons

Still in the Hamptons

... little bungalow of a house I had bought on the Montauk Highway in East Hampton, turned on a Rolling Stones album loud, and rolled out an enormous piece of vellum—architect's paper—on the dining room table. The vellum—strong, white, ...

Author: Dan Rattiner

Publisher: SUNY Press

ISBN: 9781438444130

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 386

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More encounters with sometimes rich, sometimes famous, but always quirky residents of the Hamptons, by the editor and publishers of Dan's Papers. Yes, Dan Rattiner is still in the Hamptons, and after fifty-plus years on the eastern end of Long Island, most of them as publisher of the regions free weekly newspaper, Dans Papers, he still has a lot of stories to tell. Here, offered in his signature dry, observant, and self-deprecating wit, are Rattiners further encounters with the billionaires and celebrities, the farmers and fishermen, the eccentric artists and ordinary folks, who together make the Hamptons one of the most fashionable, exclusive, and entertaining communities in the United States. As Tom Wolfe once noted, If a guy says it happened in the Hamptons, and Dan Rattiner doesnt know about it, it didnt. The people he writes about are presented in chronological order from 1959 to today, just as Rattiner lived it and has remembered it. Still in the Hamptons will help you understand what the Hamptons used to be and what it has become, and will provide an entertaining read along the way. Praise for Dan Rattiner If you pick up the East Hampton Star, youll learn the who, what, and where. The why and how are more likely found in the pages of Dans Papers If you want to understand the crazy quilt of art, sand, money, farmland, literature, golf clubs, divorces, sea spray, and the areas remarkable blend of ego, generosity, and dedication to historic preservation, read Dans book, In the Hamptons, and its sequel, In the Hamptons Too. Alec Baldwin, from the Foreword of In the Hamptons Too Dan Rattiner has been chronicling the people and events of the Hamptons for as long as Ive been going there (since the sixtie
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In the Hamptons

In the Hamptons

white-checked marble floor with a beautiful black grand piano at one end and absolutely nothing anywhere else in the room. ... come out with an album that had on it an old '50s rock 'n' roll song called “For the Longest Time.

Author: Dan Rattiner

Publisher: Crown

ISBN: 9780307409546

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 368

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Long before the Hamptons became famous for its posh parties, paparazzi, and glitterati, it was a sleepy backwater of fishing villages and potato farms, literary luminaries and local eccentrics. As the editor and publisher of the area’s popular free newspaper, Dan’s Papers, Dan Rattiner, has been covering the daily triumphs, community intrigues, and larger-than-life personalities for nearly fifty years. A colorful insider’s account of life, love, scandal, and celebrity, In the Hamptons is an intimate portrait of a place and the people who formed and transformed it, from former residents like Andy Warhol and Willem de Kooning, colorful locals like bar owner Bobby Van and shark fisherman Frank Mundus (who the character Quinn from Jaws was based on), and literary figures like John Steinbeck and Truman Capote, to present-day stars like Bianca Jagger and Billy Joel. An insider who lived there—as well as a Jewish outsider amid the WASP contingent—Rattiner both revels in and is rattled by all he witnesses and records in one of the world’s most famous places. With dry wit and genuine affection, he shares a story of the Hamptons that few know, one defined by the artists, painters, fishermen, farmers, dreamers, hangers-on, celebrities, and billionaires who live and play there.
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In the Hamptons Too

In the Hamptons Too

He had white curly hair, a lined face, and wire-rimmed glasses. ... Sometimes, he'd stop and open a picture album he had made of just the two of them at Nassau Point in Southold. ... I took notes. And two 176 IN THE HAMPTONS TOO.

Author: Dan Rattiner

Publisher: SUNY Press

ISBN: 9781438432632

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 406

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"Nothing and no one escapes the roving eye of Dan. Here they all are: the old guard with their stately homes; the Bonackers, locals whose farms, shops, and small country roads are disappearing with each passing season; and the successive wave of newcomers, the artists, writers, and weary city folk yearning for the sea. And of course here are the seekers of the Scene, the newly rich and restless, demented with the mania of owning things. Not a particle of this passing parade is less than fascinating to Dan, who serves it up in prose that is simple and direct, yet subtly inflected with his signature combination of whimsy, wryness, and delight. A wonderful read."---Mercedes Ruehl, award-winning actress and area residents --
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Weekend Utopia

Weekend Utopia

Three of the five (Gwathmey, Meier, and Hejduk) designed important projects in the Hamptons. The group was first lumped ... Five Architects was bound between starkly minimal white covers, reminiscent of the Beatles' White Album of 1968.

Author: Alastair Gordon

Publisher: Princeton Architectural Press

ISBN: 9781568982724

Category: Architecture

Page: 181

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The Hamptons are hot. Gordon, who grew up there, traces the invention of the idea of the Hamptons as a resort for the elite of New York City and shows how various forces, including artists, real estate developers, and media professionals transformed what had been a quiet rural place into a modern and worldwide phenomenon. 175 illustrations.
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New York Magazine

New York Magazine

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Page: 178

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New York magazine was born in 1968 after a run as an insert of the New York Herald Tribune and quickly made a place for itself as the trusted resource for readers across the country. With award-winning writing and photography covering everything from politics and food to theater and fashion, the magazine's consistent mission has been to reflect back to its audience the energy and excitement of the city itself, while celebrating New York as both a place and an idea.
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Vibe

Vibe

There's a lyric on the Roots' new album, Phrenology, that lays out lead singer Tariq "Black Thought" Trotter's philosophy. "A real raw nig- ga won't fold or forfeit. . . Fuck getting money for real / Get freedom," he spits on "Thought ...

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Page: 204

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Vibe is the lifestyle guide to urban music and culture including celebrities, fashion, beauty, consumer electronics, automotive, personal care/grooming, and, always, music. Edited for a multicultural audience Vibe creates trends as much as records them.
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Willie

Willie

The White Album. New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 1990. Originally published in 1979 by Simon ... Hamptons Bohemia: Two Centuries of Artists and Writers on the Beach. San Francisco: Chronicle Books, 2002. Hoagland, Edward.

Author: Teresa Nicholas

Publisher: Univ. Press of Mississippi

ISBN: 9781628461060

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 176

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In 2000, readers voted Willie Morris (1934-1999) Mississippi's favorite nonfiction author of the millennium. After conducting over fifty interviews and combing through over eighty boxes of papers in the archives at the University of Mississippi, many of which had never been seen before by researchers, Teresa Nicholas provides new perspectives on a Mississippi writer and editor who changed journalism and redefined what being southern could mean. More than fifty photographs--some published here for the first time, including several by renowned photographer David Rae Morris, Willie's son--enhance the exploration. From an early age, Willie demonstrated a talent for words. At the University of Texas at Austin, he became a controversial editor of the Daily Texan. He later studied history as a Rhodes Scholar in Oxford, England, but by 1960 he was back in Austin, working as editor for the highly regarded Texas Observer. In 1967 Willie became the youngest editor of the nation's oldest magazine, Harper's. His autobiography, North Toward Home, achieved critical as well as artistic success, and it would continue to inspire legions of readers for decades to come. In the final tally, he published hundreds of newspaper and magazine articles, along with twenty-three books. His work covered the gamut from fiction to nonfiction, for both adults and children, often touching on the personal as well as the historical and the topical, and always presented in his lyrical prose. In 1980, he returned to his home state as writer-in-residence at the University of Mississippi. In 1990, he married his editor at the University Press of Mississippi, JoAnne Prichard, and they made a home in Jackson. With his broad knowledge of history, his sensitivity, and his bone-deep understanding of the South, he became a celebrated spokesman for and interpreter of the place he loved.
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Country Life

Country Life

A portrait of Sir Robert Walpole by Charles Jervas made 4,44,698 , and a charming black - and - white drawing of his young son leaning on his elbow by Louis Leopold Boilly reached £ 24,701 . Hamptons ' May sale in Godalming had another ...

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ISBN: UVA:X006146074

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Bad Boy

Bad Boy

By releasing the album he would see almost pure profit—talent costs were minimal. He also would sell the public ... He'd forgotten that hardcore rap was what had allowed him to buy that home in the Hamptons. In fact, half of the songs ...

Author: Ronin Ro

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 9780743434171

Category: Music

Page: 224

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This is a tale of friendship, greed, and betrayal in the music industry—and a definitive history of America's biggest rap mogul. No one knows more about creating hits than Sean “Puffy” Combs. For years he virtually ran hip-hop. It seemed the perfect arrangement: “Puffy” provided the sounds and obsessive attention to detail while the Notorious B.I.G. promoted an image that kept rap fans happy. It should have lasted forever, but “Biggie” was murdered at the height of his career—and “Puffy”'s ascension to superstardom ushered in an age of disloyalty and deception that exploded into one of the greatest debacles in the history of the music industry. Through interviews with label insiders, grand jury testimony, and other sources, America's preeminent rap journalist Ronin Ro -reveals the true story of “Puffy” -addresses the larger issues that shaped the man and the industry -explains how Bad Boy both helped and destroyed hip-hop and R&B music -details why some artists “Puffy” created ultimately left his Bad Boy family in disgust. At once an intimate history and a portrait of an era, Bad Boy shows readers exactly how Combs lost his strangle-hold over the multibillion-dollar rap music industry. The story of Bad Boy Entertainment is the story of the American Dream, an up-close and personal account of the people, the money, the creative process that made it all come true, and the young mogul who caused the dream to fall apart. In this hip-hop tragedy of Shakespearean dimensions, readers finally learn the story that Sean “Puffy” Combs does not want them to know.
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