In the photo book Embody, author and photographer Lone Morch examines the light and the shadows in women’s bodies, minds and psyches. With a loving gaze, artistic nerve and poetry, the book reveals how women today work hard to connect to their own bodies, on their own terms. The book presents fourteen years of confidential photographic encounters with women and offers a rare peek into women’s private space as they undress before the camera to explore the many facets of their beauty, sensuality and eroticism. Embody is a coffee table book, hard cover, 176 pages, 110 photos, texts in Danish & English. Lone...
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