in focus gallery, Cologne continues the new online series “Magic of Photography”. In the period of risk of corona infection with restrictions on public and cultural life, they present photographs from the gallery’s inventory. Claude Fauville‘s erotic photographs have little to do with what we commonly associate with nude photography. His platinum-palladium prints practice the use of baroque and rococo, and do not celebrate nudity, but the art of exposure with sophistication. In order to realize this close connection to the Baroque, the photographer creates a new pictorial space, connected with the fusion of the body and its surroundings. The...
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