Sylvie Blum is one of a small number of female photographers who venture to work in the field of nude photography. After working as a model for the likes of Helmut Newton and Jeanloup Sieff, she decided to switch roles and become a photographer herself. Informed by this exciting resume she has developed a unique trademark: the female body photographed from a female view point of view, staged with a view, staged with a perfection that transcends gender stereotypes. Blum’s series Big Cats drew international attention when it was auctioned off at Christies in 2014. Her works from the series...
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