В фотосессии для The New York Times Magazine Мадонна снялась с фото самой себя

Для нового номера The New York Times Magazine Мадонна снялась в фотосессии французского художника JR.

В журнале певица изображена с огромными снимками самой себя, сделанными в 1980-х и 1990-х годах. Тогда Мадонну фотографировали Герб Ритц, Кейт Саймон и Стивен Майзел, – пишет Медуза.

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For our cover story about @Madonna at 60, the French artist @jr photographed the pop icon interacting with famous photos of her younger self. JR printed the images by Herb Ritts, @_katesimon and Steven Meisel at enormous sizes and Madonna started playing around with them. For the cover, we liked an image of her peering through a slit cut into the eye of an enlarged detail of the portrait by Meisel — it seemed to underscore the savvy ways in which Madonna has built her image over the decades. The silver tone emphasizes the surreal juxtaposition of the current Madonna, in color, peeking through the classic black-and-white portrait of an earlier Madonna. — @kathyryan. For more #Madonna, click the link in our bio.

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Is there anything more amazing than the realization that @Madonna is now a sexagenarian? In the last decades, we've seen her transform: the religious Madonna, the virgin, boy-toy, material girl, dominatrix, dancing queen, mom, and now — as a legend claiming her space among artists two generations younger. What's the next frontier for the original queen of pop? French artist @JR photographed the pop icon interacting with famous photos of her younger self, including this one by Herb Ritts, printed at enormous sizes. The pop-music world around Madonna has expanded in shockingly strange new ways in the past couple of years. The top of the charts mostly feature rappers who were born after Bill Clinton's election. But without Madonna, we wouldn't have Britney Spears, Lady Gaga, or maybe even Janelle Monae. Read our full profile of #Madonna at the link in our bio.

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Still an idol at 60, @Madonna remains the highest-charting female musician and highest-grossing female touring musician in history. Even as the pop music landscape which she helped shaped changes around her, for many she is still an object of fascination. When she emerged in New York City in golden early-'80s downtown Manhattan, Studio 54 was over and punk rock had come and gone. She was an Italian-American dropout from the University of Michigan, scraping by checking coats at the Russian Tea Room and modeling nude for art classes. What set her apart from every other struggling young hopeful in the city was her bottomless maw of ambition. #MadameX is her latest, and fourteenth, studio album. French artist @jr photographed her interacting with giant prints of her younger self (like this one by @_katesimon) for @nytmag. Click the link in our bio for more.

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Кроме того, The New York Times Magazine поговорил с Мадонной, отметившей в прошлом году 60-летие, о ее карьере, новом (четырнадцатом!) альбоме под названием Madame X и ее отношении к Харви Вайнштейну.

Напомним, журнал Forbes назвал первого рэпера-миллиардера.

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