Andy Summers is music himself. As the guitarist of The Police, he is still one of the most legendary musicians in the world. His rock sounds filled the 1970s and made sold-out concert halls tremble. But it's not just music that flows through Summer's veins, as the British musician has also been an important name in art photography since the 1980s. He has demonstrated his talent for photography in various exhibitions and book publications.
His work "A Series of Glances" is the first collection of the exceptional talent to present his best art photographs in a large and exclusive illustrated book. In the book, we not only experience Andy Summer's intimate travels and immersion in different cultures, but also his very personal attitude to life for the love of music and art. The mostly black-and-white photographs impressively convey the mood of individual moments in the artist's life. In doing so, he succeeds in combining music and photography in a unique way. "A Series of Glances" is perhaps Andy Summer's most personal work.
To dive even deeper into Summer's life, there is an individual playlist with personally selected songs that have accompanied him through the most important moments and biggest projects of his life. Listen to the music that goes with "A Series of Glances" and enjoy The Police, Janet Baker, The Bridge, John Coltrane and many more.Spotify-Playlist zu "A Series of Glances"
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