You know his iconic images for Calvin Klein, Ralph Lauren, and Abercrombie and Fitch. He brought the Vanity Fair Hollywood issue to new heights. His images are ever embedded in our mass cultural subconscious. Now you can enjoy this prolific photographer and filmmaker’s work for years to come.
For the first time, in a four-disc set, Bruce Weber’s film work is available in one definitive anthology. “Bruce Weber: The Film Collection” brings together Weber’s most celebrated documentaries, including the Academy Award nominated Let’s Get Lost, A Letter to True, Chop Suey, and Broken Noses. Combining such subjects as jazz, boxing, Weber’s favorite things, and animals, this box set gives art enthusiasts a look back at one of photography’s greatest talents. The set also includes a 32-page collectible booklet of Weber’s photography.
Additionally, the latest volume in Bruce Weber’s ongoing literary and art journal series, All-American Volume 13 Born Ready, celebrates individuals whose risk-taking and personal vision set them apart from the crowd. There’s a common enthusiasm running through this volume, a sense that this cast of characters—be they subjects of the book or contributors to it— was born ready to stand up, face the odds, and declare themselves unabashedly to the world.