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Gregory Prescott in 15 aquatic nudes
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Gregory Prescott in 15 aquatic nudes

Photography Based in Los Angeles, the photographer Gregory Prescott turns bodies into his artwork. Armed with his camera, he captures sculpted, vibrant and radiant figures, and highlights their angles. Carnal textures, broad shoulders, curved backs… the American photographer immortalizes the grace and passion that take hold of moving female and male bodies. Either on large stretches of sand and sky, or down in the depths of the waters, Gregory Prescott enhances his models’ nudity and diversity. Throwbacks to 15 of the photographer’s aquatic nudes.  Based in Los Angeles, the photographer Gregory Prescott turns bodies into his artwork. Armed with his camera, he captures sculpted, vibrant and radiant figures, and highlights their angles. Carnal textures, broad shoulders, curved backs… the American photographer immortalizes the grace and passion that take hold of moving female and male bodies. Either on large stretches of sand and sky, or down in the depths of the waters, Gregory Prescott enhances his models’ nudity and diversity. Throwbacks to 15 of the photographer’s aquatic nudes. 

Alison Jackson’s fake press settings
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Alison Jackson’s fake press settings

Photography No celebrities have been harmed during these shoots. In order to photograph Elizabeth II on the throne, Madonna ironing or Mick Jagger having collagen injected into his lips, Alison Jackson simply uses their look-alikes. Her resulting images are an investigation into our fascination for stolen snapshots. No celebrities have been harmed during these shoots. In order to photograph Elizabeth II on the throne, Madonna ironing or Mick Jagger having collagen injected into his lips, Alison Jackson simply uses their look-alikes. Her resulting images are an investigation into our fascination for stolen snapshots.

Farid Shukurov, the magician of Photoshop
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Farid Shukurov, the magician of Photoshop

Photography Farid Shukurov calls himself “the magician of Photoshop”. And indeed, the young artist from Azerbaijan – @freds_gallery on Instagram –, has built a bewitching visual world with a vintage and colored touch, which sometimes reminds of Andy Warhol and pop comics from the 70s. Discover 11 of his most beautiful pictures.  Farid Shukurov calls himself “the magician of Photoshop”. And indeed, the young artist from Azerbaijan – @freds_gallery on Instagram –, has built a bewitching visual world with a vintage and colored touch, which sometimes reminds of Andy Warhol and pop comics from the 70s. Discover 11 of his most beautiful pictures. 

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11 scary scenes by Gregory Crewdson
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11 scary scenes by Gregory Crewdson

Photography Best known for staging cinematic scenes of suburbia to dramatic effect, the American photographer deploys surreal images which are often melancholic, offering ambiguous narrative suggestions and blurring the boundaries between fiction and reality. Discover 11 scary scenes by Gregory Crewdson. Best known for staging cinematic scenes of suburbia to dramatic effect, the American photographer deploys surreal images which are often melancholic, offering ambiguous narrative suggestions and blurring the boundaries between fiction and reality. Discover 11 scary scenes by Gregory Crewdson.

Sebastião Salgado in 10 breath-taking landscapes
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Sebastião Salgado in 10 breath-taking landscapes

Photography Major figure of photojournalism with his mastery of black and white landscape, the French-Brazilian reporter Sebastião Salgado has nothing left to prove. With his analogue and digital cameras, the 76 years old photographer creates a world in different shades of grey, in which lights and contrasts build the captivating depth one can find on large prints as well as in thick monographs. In almost five decades, this tireless and committed traveler went across six continents, through hundreds of countries in total. From the native civilizations in the Amazon and the deserted glaciers in the Arctic Ocean, to Sudan, Libya, India or China, his reports unveil a double mission: enhancing the diversity present in nature, while sharing his humanist perception of the world. Throwback to ten of his most staggering landscapes. Major figure of photojournalism with his mastery of black and white landscape, the French-Brazilian reporter Sebastião Salgado has nothing left to prove. With his analogue and digital cameras, the 76 years old photographer creates a world in different shades of grey, in which lights and contrasts build the captivating depth one can find on large prints as well as in thick monographs. In almost five decades, this tireless and committed traveler went across six continents, through hundreds of countries in total. From the native civilizations in the Amazon and the deserted glaciers in the Arctic Ocean, to Sudan, Libya, India or China, his reports unveil a double mission: enhancing the diversity present in nature, while sharing his humanist perception of the world. Throwback to ten of his most staggering landscapes.

11 erotic Polaroid by Carlo Mollino
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11 erotic Polaroid by Carlo Mollino

Photography It was only when he died that architect, designer and photographer Carlo Mollino’s erotic Polaroids came to light at his villa in Turin. Countless images of half-naked anonymous women caught in lascivious poses. It was only when he died that architect, designer and photographer Carlo Mollino’s erotic Polaroids came to light at his villa in Turin. Countless images of half-naked anonymous women caught in lascivious poses.

11 portraits of iconic musicians shot by Mark Seliger
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11 portraits of iconic musicians shot by Mark Seliger

Photography Mark Seliger is master of portrait. Since his first photos for Rolling Stones, then for GQ and Vanity Fair, to his personal series, the Texan photographer shot iconic pictures throughout his thirty-year-long career. Between his series of political figures such as Barack Obama, Nelson Mandela and Malala, or of celebrities, among whom Billy Porter, Kim Kardashian and Leonardo Di Caprio, Mark Seliger will make black and white portrait his signature. The music world will also benefit for his talent, with the most influential artists of their time. Throwback to 11 iconic portraits of musicians.  Mark Seliger is master of portrait. Since his first photos for Rolling Stones, then for GQ and Vanity Fair, to his personal series, the Texan photographer shot iconic pictures throughout his thirty-year-long career. Between his series of political figures such as Barack Obama, Nelson Mandela and Malala, or of celebrities, among whom Billy Porter, Kim Kardashian and Leonardo Di Caprio, Mark Seliger will make black and white portrait his signature. The music world will also benefit for his talent, with the most influential artists of their time. Throwback to 11 iconic portraits of musicians. 

Ren Hang: sex and desire
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Ren Hang: sex and desire

Photography Having died dramatically in 2017, Ren Hang was known for his striking mix of desire and insouciance, floating identity and phantasmagorical sexuality. Having died dramatically in 2017, Ren Hang was known for his striking mix of desire and insouciance, floating identity and phantasmagorical sexuality.

11 prodigious videos by Sølve Sundsbø
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11 prodigious videos by Sølve Sundsbø

Photography Discover 11 prodigious videos by Norwegian fashion photographer Sølve Sundsbø who left college to work as first assistant to British photographer Nick Knight. Discover 11 prodigious videos by Norwegian fashion photographer Sølve Sundsbø who left college to work as first assistant to British photographer Nick Knight.

David LaChapelle in 10 incredible stagings
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David LaChapelle in 10 incredible stagings

Photography Deemed as the “Fellini of photography”, David LaChapelle did not steal his fame as the artistic director who knows how to add a dramatical kick to his shots. Known for their vivid colors, their half-naked models with arousing sculpted bodies and their dense and precise composition reminding of Christian iconography, his works depict apocalyptic, at times miraculous, or comic scenes in which kitsch equals drama. Throwback to the bondless creativity of the American photographer through 10 of his most marvelous pictures.  Deemed as the “Fellini of photography”, David LaChapelle did not steal his fame as the artistic director who knows how to add a dramatical kick to his shots. Known for their vivid colors, their half-naked models with arousing sculpted bodies and their dense and precise composition reminding of Christian iconography, his works depict apocalyptic, at times miraculous, or comic scenes in which kitsch equals drama. Throwback to the bondless creativity of the American photographer through 10 of his most marvelous pictures. 

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