New Erotic Photography Volume 1

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You can't spell TASCHEN without T & A! The world's finest contemporary erotic photographers!

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Imagine walking into a room filled with the world’s finest contemporary erotic photographers, each with a portfolio of his or her best work. As you browse the photographs they discuss inspiration, censorship, how to find models, and how to make a living capturing beautiful women on film and in pixels.

The New Erotic Photography is the room, and dozens of photographers from various countries are the hosts of this intimate gathering. In this 320 page volume you will meet Ralph Gibson, Jan Saudek, Terry Richardson, Natacha Merritt, Petter Hegre, Richard Kern, and the many fresh new talents currently redefining eroticism. Playful, provocative and exuberantly sexy, these aren’t your granddad’s art nudes—this is The New Erotic Photography.

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Author Dian Hanson / Eric Kroll (editors)
Publisher Taschen
Page Count 320pp
Publication Size 6 x 8.5 x 1
Publication Notes ADULTS ONLY, hardcover, color
Publication Date May 15, 2013
ISBN 978-3836544030

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