Untouched: Star Photography Before They Were Famous
Foreword by Susan Sarandon.
In the '80s, a time before Photoshop and plastic surgeons offered picture-perfect complexions and masked even the slightest imperfections, Johnny Rozsa captured the flawless features of Hollywood's fresh crop of celebrity beauty. Rozsa recorded the pristine beauty and the exuberance of 115 stars before they were famous, and shows us what they were like before they began their regimen of surgical procedures, elixir of Botox, and computer-generated editorial support.
From Hugh Grant to Halle Berry, Janet Jackson to Nicholas Cage, John Malkovich to Natasha Richardson, UNTOUCHED, Rozsa's first monograph, captures the era's most enduring icons at a time where ingénues rubbed shoulders with luminaries like Charlton Heston, Jane Russell, Joan Collins, Dolly Parton, and Tina Turner.
About the Authors:
Johnny Rozsa is a celebrated editorial photographer. He was born in Nairobi, Kenya and was educated at Repton, an all boys public school in England. His work has appeared in numerous publications, including Vogue, the Sunday Times, and Ritz. Mr. Rozsa divides his time between New York, London, and Rio de Janeiro.
Susan Sarandon is an Oscar-winning film and stage actor. Known for the challenging and diverse roles she has taken on, she starred in Thelma and Louise, Rocky Horror Picture Show, and Dead Man Walking, among others. Ms. Sarandon is noted for her active support for a variety of progressive social and political causes.