Al het beeld door Marwane Pallas. Rather than fixating on the clothing or obsessing over the figurethe French fashion photographer Marwane Pallas places a special emphasis on the external objects within the frame. Props within the scene that would normally serve a supporting role are given equivalent degrees of attention to the standard "centerspieces" of the fashion photos.
Natter, sets the stage with a handful of earlier European art works, including six wonderful small Rembrandt etchings. In five of these, the Dutch master renders himself with eyes facing forward, as if staring into posterity. Two drawings by Schiele bring out a related paradox.
The self-portrait is a difficult style of photography to master. And when you throw in the vulnerability of creating one without the added comfort of clothing, it makes it all the more challenging for any artist. But when done well, it can create stunning results.
You may not feel you have that much in common with an old factory or abandoned mental asylum. But photographer Sarah R. Bloom sympathized with these derelict spaces, identifying their process of aging and decomposition with that of her own middle-aged body.
To view this content you need to create an account or log in. But Los Angeles-based photographer Magdalena Wosinka has garnered much attention after posing naked in a series of snaps taken across California. In some photos she is seen leaning over a balcony, whilst in others she is draped over rocks and fences, or walking through fields with horses.
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Posted by Birgit Zipser on November 30th, Germany is celebrating Paula Modersohn-Beckeran important representative of early expressionism, on the th anniversary of her death. From toshe painted nude self-portraits, at that time an unprecedented opus by a female painter. Filed in paintingsex.
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All self-portraits are a gift the artist has chosen to share with us, and I've been keenly interested in artist's self-portraits as a collector for many years. During the past year and a half, however, during the production of my most recent book Self-Exposure: The Male Nude Self-Portrait, photographers' self-portraits in particular have been an almost daily presence in my life and work, stacked on my credenza, archivally sleeved and boxed around my work space, and slowing down my hard drive. It seemed a natural extension of that process to focus my attention on just a few of the many self-portraits included in the Frank Moore Archive Project at Visual AIDS, and I particularly wanted to look beyond the work of photographers and explore some of the fine art self-portraits in this collection, as well.