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DescriptionThis is an insightful reappraisal of the iconic work of two photographic masters - Edward Weston and Harry Callahan. This superbly illustrated volume explores the photographs of two master photographers, Harry Callahan and Edward Weston, through the relationships of vision and desire. While the well-known bodies of works have been understood as nudes or landscapes, this book looks beyond these categories, which here may be considered limitations, to propose a more ample and complex notion of erotic photography. He, She, It proposes a spectacular reading of the work of Callahan and Weston through the relationship of the body and nature, but also, photography and affection. Unlike most erotic photography that seeks to catalyse desire through the visual, in Callahan and Weston we find the extremely unique case of desire made image - the photographer portraying the person he loves.
29 August 2013
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