ERIC KELLERMAN

Navegando por internet di con una foto de Eric Kellerman y me llamó muchísimo la atención de uno de sus trabajos en particular: “The Box”. Siempre he querido hacer desnudos en poses no convencionales (lo tengo pendiente) y este fotógrafo tiene tomas de mujeres desnudas dentro de “cajas” en poses no convencionales. Me resultan crudamente hermosas.

Buscando información sobre sus trabajos llegué a su Website (también tiene una cuenta en 1x.com). Me gusta muchísimo su “about“. Les comparto:
Eric Kellerman is a Briton who has lived near Nijmegen in the Netherlands for just over half his life. In 2008, he retired from academia to spend more time on photography. Specialising in the nude, he works almost entirely in the studio with a regular team of female collaborators, most of whom have a serious interest in movement (dance, acrobatics, yoga, martial arts). Sometimes, when nobody is available, he photographs vegetables and fruit out of desperation.

Kellerman considers his work to be distant, abstract, melancholic, ‘unerotic’, despite its subject matter. He emphasises line, geometrical form, texture, implicit movement, and above all, chiaroscuro. He likes to create ambiguity in his photos, so that the viewer is sometimes unsure what part of the body is being looked at. In this way, he attempts to free the female body of its conventional associations.

He thinks he has been influenced by several painters, and admires the photographic work of Ruth Bernhard, Christian Coigny, Flor Garduño, Lynn Bianchi, Andreas Heumann, and Emil Schildt, amongst many others.”

Tiene otros muchos trabajos de desnudos y moda que también me gustaron mucho pero no tanto como The Box. Claro, eso no hace el resto de su trabajo menos bueno, no. De hecho hay fotos en las que la luz parece bañar delicadamente la piel de las modelos y es sumamente bello de ver.

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