Until December 30, the Duncan Miller Gallery in Los Angeles presents an exhibition by Nicholas Freeman with these images and text.
Nicholas Freeman’s command of light and eye for composition was forged by two decades of commercial fashion photography.
His choice of subject for this series of fine art photographs is the female nude, his format black and white. The compositions are simple and direct, focusing entirely on the model, whether in movement or stillness.
Influences of Irving Penn, Herb Ritts, Ralph Gibson, Lucien Clergue, and others are felt. But his distinctive style is marked with stark light and shadow, not only within composition but to replace or substitute for clothing.
Duncan Miller Gallery
10959 Venice Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90034
Tel: 310 838-2440