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Author / Creator:Bramly, Serge, 1949-
Uniform title:I.N.R.I. English
Imprint:New York : Monacelli Press, 1999.
Description:216 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 30 cm.
Subject:Bramly, Serge, -- 1949-
Rheims, Bettina, -- 1952-
Jésus-Christ -- Art.
Bramly, Serge, -- 1949-
Rheims, Bettina, -- 1952-
Bramly, Serge, -- 1949-
Rheims, Bettina, -- 1952-
Rheims, Bettina.
Jesus Christ -- Art.
Neues Testament.
Portrait photography.
Christian art and symbolism.
Portraits (Photographie)
Art chrétien -- 20e siècle.
Christian art and symbolism.
Portrait photography.
Inszenierte Fotografie
Format: Print Book
URL for this record:http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/11332464
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Varying Form of Title:INRI
Other authors / contributors:Rheims, Bettina, 1952-
Notes:Includes bibliographical references (p. 212).
Summary:"I.N.R.I. Iesus Nazareus Rex Iuderoum, Jesus of Nazareth, King of the Jews. The story of Jesus has been continually reinvented and reinterpreted, in fact and in fiction, over the course of the last two millennia. Yet the visual iconography has remained largely that of the Renaissance. Now, at the turn of the twenty-first century, writer Serge Bramly and photographer Bettina Rheims have turned to photography - the most contemporary of art forms - as well as to the original biblical texts and legends to present the life and death of Jesus in a series of tableaux and an evocative meaningful text.
Jesus' birth takes place in a rough garage, where he is attended not only by the three kings but by people drawn from the surrounding streets; his miracles and cures address the ailments of all times; the Sermon on the Mount is a dramatic piece of performance art; and his crucifixion is that of every man, and every woman."--Jacket.
Other form:Online version: Bramly, Serge, 1949- I.N.R.I. English. I.N.R.I. New York : Monacelli Press, 1999

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