Daniel Cooney Fine Art presents Benjamin Fredrickson’s second solo exhibition of photographs. The exhibition will include small scale black and white and color photographs made with paper negatives and traditional large format analog film. Many of the photographs have been created in Fredrickson’s basement studio with lighting alluding to his artistic ancestors George Platt Lynes, The Athletic Model Guild and Robert Mapplethorpe among others. In this exhibition Fredrickson continues to walk the line between raunch and exquisite beauty. He expresses desire with finely tuned explicit imagery and he explores vanity, fetish, exhibitionism and photographing as an erotic act. He also...
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