|Nombre de pages||167 pages|
» This album of photographic portraits by New Orleans artist George Dureau (1930-2014), charts his forty-year romance with the male figure as subject. (…) He portrayed his models, many of whom were black, disabled, or both, ‘with a tender regard – his gaze steady and tinged with a playful eroticism – their poses evoking classical figures of allegory and myth.’ Well-know among his contemporaries, and famously influencing the work of Robert Mapplethorpe, this is the first collection of his photographs to be published since 1985. » (extrait de la 4ème de couverture). Photos en noir et blanc.
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