Michael Caine: Photographed by Terry O'Neill (Hardback)
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Michael Caine: Photographed by Terry O'Neill (Hardback)

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Hardback 224 Pages / Published: 14/06/2021
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"When the pre-eminent portrait photographer of the day met the Cockney kid dominating the London film scene, magic was made." - Australian Women's Weekly Icons


"Caine, the timeless gentleman." - Diego Armes, GQ Portugal

"I had to be an actor," Michael Caine once said. "[...] And of course, you have to remember with me, the alternative was a factory."

A working-class actor who broke through to stardom, Caine's screen-time involves standout performances across multiple genres. To this day, he is synonymous with a certain kind of urbane cool. No camera has captured this quality over the decades better than that of his collaborator and long-time friend, Terry O'Neill.

Michael Caine: Photographed by Terry O'Neill offers an immersive visual journey through Michael Caine's career, immortalising Caine's charm both in and out of character. Caine occupies a landmark position in cinema and O'Neill was there from the early days of his stellar career. From the comedy of Dirty Rotten Scoundrels to the European drama of Seven Times A Woman; from the miasma of The Magus to the British cult classic Get Carter, this book combines black and white and colour images and includes never-before-seen contact sheets.

Featuring the following films: Mona Lisa, Midnight in Saint Petersburg / Bullet to Beijing, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, Blue Ice, Without a Clue, Get Carter, Deadfall, Magus, Woman Times Seven, Funeral in Berlin.

Publisher: ACC Art Books
ISBN: 9781788841177
Number of pages: 224
Weight: 2328 g
Dimensions: 325 x 285 mm


MEDIA REVIEWS
"No camera has captured this quality over the decades better than that of his collaborator and long-time friend, Terry O'Neill." - The Eye of Photography
"For proof of Caine's timeless cool, look no further than Michael Caine: Photographed by Terry O'Neill, a new collection of photos that 'offers an immersive visual journey through Michael Caine's career, immortalizing Caine's charm both in and out of character.'" - Marlow Stern, The Daily Beast
"One of the UK's most acclaimed actors, Michael Caine has been captured over the decades by his collaborator and long-time friend, photographer Terry O'Neill." - Guardian Film
"In short, this is one of the coolest photo books on an iconic actor ever published, so you'll want to get hold of a copy as soon as possible." - Jared Paul Stern, Airows
"The book is a visual journey through Caine's lengthy career and a documentation of his close friendship with photographer Terry O' Neill." - Rob Chilton, EDGAR
"His on- and off-screen persona is captured by the British photographer, and his close friend, Terry O'Neill, who died in 2019. A new coffee-table book about their relationship. Michael Caine: Photographed by Terry O'Neill, was written by film historian and professor James Clarke." - Steve Garbarino, Airmail
"Michael Caine is synonymous with a certain kind of classless cool, and it was never captured better than by Terry O'Neil, who had a lot in common with Caine." - Arts and Collections
"In this book, Caine's innate charisma is revealed through over a hundred of Terry's colour and black-and-white images, as well as never-before-seen contact sheets guaranteed to excite any diehard Caine fans out there." - Mika Apichatsakol, Koktail Magazine
"A new book Michael Caine: Photographed by Terry O'Neill, looks in greater detail at the times the two men worked together, mainly via the photographer's lens as he reported back from the filming of Caine's latest blockbuster, or had him pose for promotional images. Occasionally, there are contact sheets from the archives that capture the two together, relaxed and cheerful, with the warmth of their friendship on display." - Chris Anderson, Air Magazine
"When the pre-eminent portrait photographer of the day met the Cockney kid dominating the London film scene, magic was made." - Australian Women's Weekly Icons
"Caine, the timeless gentleman." - Diego Armes, GQ Portugal

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