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September 29, 1996
For eight years Veronique Vial has sweet-talked her way into the boudoirs of celebrated men. A enage a deux? Au contraire! "I didn't want their body, I wanted their soul,' the Parisian-born photographer says of her book, "Men Before 10 A.M.' For "Men,' which will be out this month from Beyond Words Publishing Inc., Vial received permission to photograph her subjects in the earlier-morning hours, when they're "not trying to play a role, when they are who they are.'
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June 12, 2005 | Susan Salter Reynolds
--- An American in Paris The Cordial Traveler Inside Guide Veronique Vial Riggs Publishing Media: 112 pp., $19.95 paper "Flattery can get you more chocolate filling in your crepe, if not pate in your face." "Montmartre is a great place to pick up a painting, but you probably won't find any Grateful Dead posters!" These and other bits of whimsical advice, written in Vial's signature loopy, fountain-penned script (recognizable from "Men Before Ten a.m." and "Women Before 10 a.m."
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BOOKS
June 12, 2005 | Susan Salter Reynolds
--- An American in Paris The Cordial Traveler Inside Guide Veronique Vial Riggs Publishing Media: 112 pp., $19.95 paper "Flattery can get you more chocolate filling in your crepe, if not pate in your face." "Montmartre is a great place to pick up a painting, but you probably won't find any Grateful Dead posters!" These and other bits of whimsical advice, written in Vial's signature loopy, fountain-penned script (recognizable from "Men Before Ten a.m." and "Women Before 10 a.m."
NEWS
July 11, 2001 | SUSAN SALTER REYNOLDS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Wasn't it Freud who said that only two things matter in this world? Love and work. And yet so often they seem to inhabit different physical and emotional spheres. They have different languages, different tools, they feel different. Most importantly, you are supposed to keep them separate. Love is too messy, too scary to let it in the office door. Don't sleep with colleagues. Don't bring your emotional problems into the office. And please, don't use your work to express your rage or happiness.
NEWS
July 11, 2001 | SUSAN SALTER REYNOLDS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Wasn't it Freud who said that only two things matter in this world? Love and work. And yet so often they seem to inhabit different physical and emotional spheres. They have different languages, different tools, they feel different. Most importantly, you are supposed to keep them separate. Love is too messy, too scary to let it in the office door. Don't sleep with colleagues. Don't bring your emotional problems into the office. And please, don't use your work to express your rage or happiness.
ENTERTAINMENT
November 5, 1998
* "Lucien Clergue: Picasso"--Photos of the legendary artist are on display at Fahey/Klein Gallery, 148 N. La Brea Ave., along with "Veronique Vial: Before 10 a.m.," a collection of photos of famous people taken before 10 a.m. * "Bruce Davidson: Brooklyn Gang, 1959"--An exhibition of photographs of youth gang members opens Saturday and runs through Jan. 16. at the Gallery of Contemporary Photography.
NEWS
November 2, 1998 | BOOTH MOORE
Artfully shot by celebrity photographer Veronique Vial, "Women Before 10 a.m." (PowerHouse Books, 144 pages, $45) is billed as a book of portraits of famous women early in the morning. But if, like me, you expect to find self-assuring images of Reese Witherspoon with underarm stubble, Daryl Hannah fighting under-eye circles and Winona Ryder sporting a crust of chin drool, you won't. The bad news is that these women look just as good first thing in the morning as they do after hours of primping.
HOME & GARDEN
September 25, 2003 | Scott Sandell
There must be something in the water -- how else to explain two recent books revolving around dreamy swimming pools? The latest is photographer Veronique Vial's "Hollywood Splash" (powerHouse Books, $45), which came out last week and focuses on celebrities as they dive, wade and skinny-dip. Emmy-winning actor William H.
HOME & GARDEN
October 4, 2008 | Ann Brenoff
WHENEVER I walk into a hospital emergency room, I still look for Nurse Hathaway -- the one who goes the extra mile for her patients, even when someone who looks like George Clooney is distracting her at the moment. Actress Julianna Margulies may have hung up her scrubs as Carol Hathaway on the NBC drama "ER" way back in 2000, but the part remains her best-known. We aren't sure why Margulies, 42, wants to sell her house in Santa Monica, just listed for $4.
MAGAZINE
September 29, 1996
For eight years Veronique Vial has sweet-talked her way into the boudoirs of celebrated men. A enage a deux? Au contraire! "I didn't want their body, I wanted their soul,' the Parisian-born photographer says of her book, "Men Before 10 A.M.' For "Men,' which will be out this month from Beyond Words Publishing Inc., Vial received permission to photograph her subjects in the earlier-morning hours, when they're "not trying to play a role, when they are who they are.'
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