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< P> < BLOCKQUOTE> Voyeurs are not hard to please. They want to look upon sex, sex parts, the settings of sex. They like their sex hot, cold, sweet, sour. They want it at night and in broad daylight, mysterious and seedy, sun-dappled and wholesome. Fundamentally, they want their pleasures snatched from the vine like stolen fruit. They want in another words to recapture the dizzying shock of sex in those early days when it was still new and dangerous and scary.< DIV align=right> --Luc Sante< /DIV> < /BLOCKQUOTE> < P> < /P> < P> Throughout the history of the medium, the greatest photographers have also been voyeurs. Gathered in this beautiful volume are 119 of the most suggestive stolen glances ever captured on film. A tour of the erotic world of looking, featuring artist such as: < /P> < P> Atget< BR> Henri Cartier-Bresson< BR> Sophie Calle< BR> Larry Clark< BR> Edgar Degas< BR> Patrick Demarchelier< BR> Elliott Erwitt< BR> Walker Evans< BR> Larry Fink< BR> David Hockney< BR> Izis< BR> Dorothea Lange< BR> Jacques Henri Lartigue< BR> Duane Michals< BR> Susan Meiselas< BR> Cindy Sherman< BR> Edward Steichen< BR> Alfred Stieglitz< BR> Weegee< BR> Garry Winogrand< BR> < /P> < P> & #160; < /P> < P> Essay by Luc Sante< BR> Edited by Charles Melcher and Steven Diamond< BR> A Melcher Media Book< BR> Design by Eric Baker< /P> < P> < /P>

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<P><BLOCKQUOTE>Voyeurs are not hard to please. They want to look upon sex, sex parts, the settings of sex. They like their sex hot, cold, sweet, sour. They want it at night and in broad daylight, mysterious and seedy, sun-dappled and wholesome. Fundamentally, they want their pleasures snatched from the vine like stolen fruit. They want in another words to recapture the dizzying shock of sex in those early days when it was still new and dangerous and scary.<DIV align=right>--Luc Sante</DIV></BLOCKQUOTE><P></P><P>Throughout the history of the medium, the greatest photographers have also been voyeurs. Gathered in this beautiful volume are 119 of the most suggestive stolen glances ever captured on film. A tour of the erotic world of looking, featuring artist such as: </P><P>Atget<BR>Henri Cartier-Bresson<BR>Sophie Calle<BR>Larry Clark<BR>Edgar Degas<BR>Patrick Demarchelier<BR>Elliott Erwitt<BR>Walker Evans<BR>Larry Fink<BR>David Hockney<BR>Izis<BR>Dorothea Lange<BR>Jacques Henri Lartigue<BR>Duane Michals<BR>Susan Meiselas<BR>Cindy Sherman<BR>Edward Steichen<BR>Alfred Stieglitz<BR>Weegee<BR>Garry Winogrand<BR></P><P>&#160;</P><P>Essay by Luc Sante<BR>Edited by Charles Melcher and Steven Diamond<BR>A Melcher Media Book<BR>Design by Eric Baker</P><P></P>

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"Voyeurs are not hard to please. They want to look upon sex, sex parts, the settings of sex. They like their sex hot, cold, sweet, sour. They want it at night and in broad daylight, mysterious and seedy, sun-dappled and wholesome. Fundamentally, they want their pleasures snatched from the vine like stolen fruit. They want in another words to recapture the dizzying shock of sex in those early days when it was still new and dangerous and scary."
--Luc Sante

Throughout the history of the medium, the greatest photographers have also been voyeurs. Gathered in this beautiful volume are 119 of the most suggestive stolen glances ever captured on film. A tour of the erotic world of looking, featuring artist such as:

Atget
Henri Cartier-Bresson
Sophie Calle
Larry Clark
Edgar Degas
Patrick Demarchelier
Elliott Erwitt
Walker Evans
Larry Fink
David Hockney
Izis
Dorothea Lange
Jacques Henri Lartigue
Duane Michals
Susan Meiselas
Cindy Sherman
Edward Steichen
Alfred Stieglitz
Weegee
Garry Winogrand

 

Essay by Luc Sante
Edited by Charles Melcher and Steven Diamond
A Melcher Media Book
Design by Eric Baker

Product Details

ISBN:
9780060195229
Editor:
Hido, Todd
Editor:
Hido, Todd
Editor:
Hido, Todd
Editor:
Melcher, Charles
Author:
Melcher Media
Author:
Melcher, Media
Author:
Melcher
Publisher:
HarperCol
Location:
New York :
Subject:
Fiction
Subject:
Photo Essays
Subject:
Erotica
Subject:
Portraits
Subject:
Nudes & Erotic
Subject:
Photography, erotic
Subject:
Voyeurism.
Subject:
Subjects & Themes - Portraits
Subject:
Photoessays & Documentaries
Subject:
Subjects & Themes - Erotica
Subject:
General Photography
Subject:
Photography-Anthologies and History
Copyright:
Edition Number:
1st ed.
Edition Description:
Hardcover
Series Volume:
v. 4
Publication Date:
19991020
Binding:
Book
Grade Level:
General/trade
Language:
English
Illustrations:
Yes
Pages:
192
Dimensions:
9.50x9.32x.92 in. 2.00 lbs.

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"Synopsis" by , <P><BLOCKQUOTE>Voyeurs are not hard to please. They want to look upon sex, sex parts, the settings of sex. They like their sex hot, cold, sweet, sour. They want it at night and in broad daylight, mysterious and seedy, sun-dappled and wholesome. Fundamentally, they want their pleasures snatched from the vine like stolen fruit. They want in another words to recapture the dizzying shock of sex in those early days when it was still new and dangerous and scary.<DIV align=right>--Luc Sante</DIV></BLOCKQUOTE><P></P><P>Throughout the history of the medium, the greatest photographers have also been voyeurs. Gathered in this beautiful volume are 119 of the most suggestive stolen glances ever captured on film. A tour of the erotic world of looking, featuring artist such as: </P><P>Atget<BR>Henri Cartier-Bresson<BR>Sophie Calle<BR>Larry Clark<BR>Edgar Degas<BR>Patrick Demarchelier<BR>Elliott Erwitt<BR>Walker Evans<BR>Larry Fink<BR>David Hockney<BR>Izis<BR>Dorothea Lange<BR>Jacques Henri Lartigue<BR>Duane Michals<BR>Susan Meiselas<BR>Cindy Sherman<BR>Edward Steichen<BR>Alfred Stieglitz<BR>Weegee<BR>Garry Winogrand<BR></P><P>&#160;</P><P>Essay by Luc Sante<BR>Edited by Charles Melcher and Steven Diamond<BR>A Melcher Media Book<BR>Design by Eric Baker</P><P></P>
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"Voyeurs are not hard to please. They want to look upon sex, sex parts, the settings of sex. They like their sex hot, cold, sweet, sour. They want it at night and in broad daylight, mysterious and seedy, sun-dappled and wholesome. Fundamentally, they want their pleasures snatched from the vine like stolen fruit. They want in another words to recapture the dizzying shock of sex in those early days when it was still new and dangerous and scary."
--Luc Sante

Throughout the history of the medium, the greatest photographers have also been voyeurs. Gathered in this beautiful volume are 119 of the most suggestive stolen glances ever captured on film. A tour of the erotic world of looking, featuring artist such as:

Atget
Henri Cartier-Bresson
Sophie Calle
Larry Clark
Edgar Degas
Patrick Demarchelier
Elliott Erwitt
Walker Evans
Larry Fink
David Hockney
Izis
Dorothea Lange
Jacques Henri Lartigue
Duane Michals
Susan Meiselas
Cindy Sherman
Edward Steichen
Alfred Stieglitz
Weegee
Garry Winogrand

 

Essay by Luc Sante
Edited by Charles Melcher and Steven Diamond
A Melcher Media Book
Design by Eric Baker

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