Ooops, no I am not starting a career in the sports school as a weight lifter.
This Blog's entry is about photography of the human body, and how the photographer decided to 'rebuilt' its appearance.
So, flesh and nude in a challenging pose. Questioning us again (see Humaterials) where the border is between the human being and animals / landscapes.
First, I'd like to introduce to you the recently buried photographer Bob Carlos Clarke.
About Carlos Clarke:
Within a few years Carlos Clarke was established as a first-call fashion, portrait and commercial photographer and as an auteur image-maker with a line in mysterious, imaginative and erotic monochrome photographs.
He has described sensual imagery in general as 'a delicate conspiracy between the imagination and the evidence'.
"Best tip in affordable contemporary erotic photography is Irish-born Bob Carlos Clarke. Both Maclean and Juliet Hacking, head of Christie's photography department, tip him as the new Helmut Newton (the German-Australian photographer... - The Observer, Sunday May 7, 2006.
Next, in line with Carlos is Paul Conroy. He has turned the human body into a landscape.
About Paul Conroy:
Emerging British photographer Paul Conroy's work can be seen as a crossover between traditional landscape photography and documentary photography. In a unique twist, the human form substitutes as the backdrop in the composition, creating a wholly original style. The result of this approach is sometimes sensual, often humorous and consistently intriguing.
Conroy has worked in film and television for most of his professional career.