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Sophisticated,Contemporary Nude Photography by Eric Kellerman

September 26, 2009

image.axdPhotographer Eric Kellerman specializes in nude photography. He has a regular team of female collaborators, most of whom have a serious interest in movement (dance, drama therapy, athletics, martial arts).

Kellerman used to consider his work to be distant, abstract, melancholic, ‘unerotic’, despite its subject matter. Now he’s not so sure. He emphasizes line, geometrical form, texture, implicit movement, and above all, chiaroscuro. He likes to create ambiguity in his photos, so that the viewer is sometimes unsure what part of the body is being looked at. In this way, he attempts to free the female body of its conventional associations.

He has been influenced by surrealism (Dali, Magritte, Delvaux’ nudes and railway stations) and the Canadian ‘magic realist’ painter Alex Colville, whose occluded bodies in essentially intimate scenes can create a surprising sense of alienation. This partial view, the ‘privileged peep’, fits in with Kellerman’s particular aesthetic very well. Sometimes, when there is no model available, he photographs vegetables and fruit out of desperation. He is doing more “fashion” things these days too.

To purchase any of Eric’s beautiful work for your home or office, please visit his gallery on DiscoveredArtists.com. Alternate sizes and prices are available upon request. http://www.discoveredartists.com/gallery/erick

D’s legs
16 ” x 20
US $350
Q’s torso
16 ” x 20
US $350

Q underneath
16 ” x 20
US $350
S’s back
16 ” x 20
US $350

L pensive
16 ” x 20
US $350
Q headless
20 ” x 16
US $350

J’s lower back
16 ” x 20
US $350
N as wasp
16 ” x 20
US $350

L’s back
16 ” x 20
US $350
Portrait of N
16 ” x 20
US $350

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