The first monograph by Spanish-born, NY-based photographer Luis Sanchis is a kaleidoscopic showcase on the impressive body of work that the imaginative artist has conjured up during his 20+ year career. Limited to 1000 copies, the book features images he produced for UK magazines such as The Face and Arena during the 1990's, as well as campaigns for clients such as Nike and Gucci and collaborations with musicians like Daft Punk or Robbie Williams. Recognizable faces from Kate Moss to Karen Elson, Jude Law or Vincent Gallo share the space with more personal work.
With his unique signature style of saturated colors and deep shadows, Luis Sanchis has created an idiosyncratic look in modern analog photography that have not lost any of the sultry appeal since they were created and that we still see referenced regularly. About time these bold images get presented in proper book form.
Includes an extended interview with the artist.
Published by Sturm & Drang,
200 pgs, 29.5 × 22.5 cm, Hardcover