“Art can only be erotic” said Picasso.
If it’s true for drawing and painting, why not for photography?
Isn’t the photographer above all the one who shows us reality, unveils it, denudes it, making the viewer into a voyeur? All the more so when the photographs, like JIs Birdy’s, show a part of the world that remains taboo: nudity.
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