Anne Robinson, Karen Saxby
The oeuvre of Tony Le Duc, a pioneer in the area of international food photography, proves that photographs of vegetables, pig's cheeks or bouillabaisses can be given a personal touch. With a play of light, colour, texture and intensity, he creates compositions that toy with the line between photography and art. And that is precisely Le Duc's great achievement: he goes beyond the advertising gimmick of drawing attention and temptation to a search for the essence. In this book, you can find a top selection of a quarter-century of food photography from his hand.