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Photo Essay: Body

Posted on 19 Apr 2019

'Body: The Photography Book' explores the ways photography reflects our relationship to the human form. Take a look at some of the images from the book.

Ren Hang, Untitled 22. Photograph © 2012 Ren Hang. Courtesy Gao Guilan and Blindspot Gallery

Alix Marie, Ice Burn. Photograph © 2017 Alix Marie

Juul Kraijer, Untitled (L.P. #2). Photograph © 2014-15 Juul Kraijer

Viviane Sassen, Marte #02, from the series ‘UMBRA’. Photograph © 2014 Viviane Sassen. Courtesy Stevenson, Cape Town/Johannesburg

Henry Leutwyler, Megan LeCrone, soloist, New York City Ballet. Photograph © 2011 Henry Leutwyler

Maisie Cousins, Grass Bum. Photograph © 2015 Maisie Cousins

Alain Chédotal and Morgane Belle, An eight-week foetus, with peripheral nerves marked in green; the head is about 9 mm. Photograph © 2017 Institut de la Vision/Fondation Voir et Entendre

Paul Mpagi Sepuya, Mirror Study for Joe (_2010980). Photograph © 2017 Courtesy the artist, DOCUMENT Gallery, Team Gallery, and Yancey Richardson Gallery

Daniel Sannwald, Pop magazine, Fall/Winter. Photograph © 2012 Daniel Sannwald

Jeanne Tullen, Self-Portrait with Device, from the series ‘Womb’. Photograph © 2014 ECAL/Jeanne Tullen

The body remains a battleground. Politicized, conceptualized and increasingly shared, our often-paradoxical relationship with the human form is nothing new, but finds itself heightened in the digitised, virtualised era.

Body: The Photography Book features over 360 photographs ranging from art to fashion, from science to selfies, it includes work by Bettina Rheims, Lauren Greenfield, Wolfgang Tillmans, Daido Moriyama and Daniel Sannwald, among others.

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The Body

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