Göttingen (Deutschland): Steidl, 2006
(Buch)  S., 33,5x26,8 cm, ISBN/ISSN 3-86521-192-5
Techn. Angaben Hardcover mit Leineneinband und geprägtem Cover.
ZusatzInformation Thirty years ago Bailey decided he wanted to do something un-cast, un-posed and organic. Finally realised over the last three years, Bailey’s Democracy represents the culmination of this vision. Studio visitors were asked if they would agree to be photographed naked. Abandoning issues of framing, composition, backdrop and lighting, each volunteer (mostly strangers and non-celebrities) was treated in exactly the same way. No digital manipulation was applied. This is what Bailey calls his “imposed democracy’. These are naked people – old, young, model perfect, ordinary looking. Naked not nude as Bailey is keen to emphasise. Nude photography is all about the photographer and what he brings to the shot – lighting, prejudices and aesthetics. In contrast naked photography is only about the subject. These are undirected, un-cast images where the sitters chose their own pose.
Text von faggionato.com
Namen Damien Hirst (Modell) / Desmond Morris (Text)
Stichwort Akt / Fotografie / Körper / Mensch / Porträt / Schwarzweiß
TitelNummer 024954K65 Einzeltitelanzeige (URI)