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by Tom Bianchi

eBook Out of the Studio download ISBN: 0312064357
Author: Tom Bianchi
Publisher: St Martins Pr; 1st edition (September 1, 1991)
Language: English
Pages: 71
ePub: 1168 kb
Fb2: 1984 kb
Rating: 4.4
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Category: Art and Photo
Subcategory: Photography and Video

Out of the Studio Hardcover – September 1, 1991

Out of the Studio Hardcover – September 1, 1991. by. Tom Bianchi (Photographer). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central. In the introduction to this book of photography of nude males, Bianchi points out that rarely do photographs capture nude men touching each other and he rightfully points out the historic and cultural taboos that arise around men touching men, especially when both are nude. Thus many of his photographs capture men touching.

Out of the Studio Paperback – September 1, 1992

Out of the Studio Paperback – September 1, 1992.

work brings men out of the studio, out of the isolation of the classic male nude and into the sunlight.

Tom Bianchi (born 1945 in Oak Park, Illinois) is an American writer and photographer who specializes in male nude photography. His 21 books of photographs, poems, and essays primarily cover the gay male experience

Tom Bianchi (born 1945 in Oak Park, Illinois) is an American writer and photographer who specializes in male nude photography. His 21 books of photographs, poems, and essays primarily cover the gay male experience. In 1990, St. Martin's Press published Out of the Studio, Bianchi's book of male nudes, frankly gay and affectionally connected

Out of the studio 1991.

Out of the studio 1991.

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The unself-conscious and affectionate contact between men that is so startling and so characteristic of Tom Bianchi's photogrpahs speaks to a reality rarely reported in art. His work brings men out of the studio, out of the isolation of the classic male nude, and into the sunlight, into the magic. His work brings men out of the studio, out of the isolation of the classic male nude, and into the sunlight, into the magic circle of friendship, joy, and life.

For years, Tom Bianchi thought certain of his photographic studies of male nudes were unpublishable, too . This is simply a daring and breathtaking work " In the studio" takes.

For years, Tom Bianchi thought certain of his photographic studies of male nudes were unpublishable, too frankly erotic. Then a mentor explained to him that "the better pictures were the ones which took the viewer behind closed doors. For In the Studio, Bianchi frees himself from all restraints, reveling in male bodies galore. This is simply a daring and breathtaking work " In the studio" takes advantage of the privacy and security that the studio provides, allowing more erotic situations to surface.

Город: Palm Springs, CAПодписчиков: 4 ты. себе: Artist, Photographer, Writer - recordi. себе: Artist, Photographer, Writer - recording the beauty of man in affectionate connection.

The unself-conscious and affectionate contact between men that is so startling and so characteristic of Tom Bianchi's photogrpahs speaks to a reality rarely reported in art. His work brings men out of the studio, out of the isolation of the classic male nude, and into the sunlight, into the magic circle of friendship, joy, and life. 88 duotone photos.
Comments: (4)
Hulis
In the introduction to this book of photography of nude males, Bianchi points out that rarely do photographs capture nude men touching each other and he rightfully points out the historic and cultural taboos that arise around men touching men, especially when both are nude. Thus many of his photographs capture men touching. This alone is a significant contribution to the history of photography. The photographs included show nude men at play, primarily in the water, or in affectionate embrace, just bordering on the erotic. He often photographs nude men in action, which is actually some of his best work; but also photographs nude men in poses that emphasize the sculptural aspects of the nude male body. There are several photographs where the photographer is reflected in a mirror or window and this reveals that Bianchi may often photograph nudes while he himself is also nude. This aspect of his work is worthy of investigation and comment since it would appear that a nude photographer would reduce the power differential between the photographer and the model, thus allowing the model to be more at ease, more relaxed and conversational, maybe more informal, which would then be reflected in the photographs. The models are absolutely perfect specimens of the young muscular white human male. Bianchi says that he wished to provide a mirror for his models so that they could see their own beauty. This resonates with the practice of the photographer also being nude during the photography session for the photographer is a mirror of the model. Look at photograph 32, ‘Kieren, Serge, and Me’ and you see the photographer and photograph as mirrors of the models and vice versa. The photography has an ideal, structural, polished, minimal aspect. This results in the photographs appearing to be the lives of the beautiful people, the A crowd, and the wealthy class. I say this because those with financial resources can escape the clutter of the real world and these photographs, at no time, are cluttered. They are crisp, clean, and hard edged. Bianchi, in the introduction, indicates the photographs reflect his world, his friends, his home, and his loves. The black and white format with broad open borders supports this minimal, uncluttered vision of life. I would recommend this book, Bianchi is a highly accomplished artist.
Adrierdin
The first time I saw this book was the summer before freshman year of high school at a national bookstore. This book was literally the first time I ever saw men in erotic poses with other men (before the widespread availability of the Internet). When I saw this book available on Amazon I knew I had to buy it and it brought back those memories. Very tasteful and artistic, it makes for a great coffee table book.
Геракл
Had this book years ago, finally broke down and bought it, glad I did! Shipped fast!
Sironynyr
Anyone who loves the male form will love Bianchi's Out of the Studio. This photographer is not erotic, romantic, nor pornographic. Rather he is narcissistic in the best classical Greek tradition. To admire perfectly developed male bodies, and perhaps draw them, this is the book to buy. But after awhile these beauties become much like Lil' Abner and the other beautiful men of Dogpatch, USA-- too self absorbed.