For the three years from 2008 until 2011, photographer Scott Nichol rented and worked in a large studio space to create some of his most striking works of figure photography. This new space presented a larger canvas that allowed him to photograph the nude figure with a more ambitious approach and allowed perspectives that were nearly impossible outside this space. Working on this larger stage afforded the work a sense of presence, both physically and emotionally.
This collection of 61 photographs explores the contemporary nude through themes of introspection, vulnerability, and empowerment. The pieces selected for this collection were mostly shot with traditional medium and large format film cameras, old Polaroid cameras, along with modern digital cameras.
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Jordan Street is available exclusively on the Apple iBookstore as an electronic book for your iPad for $9.99. This book requires iBooks 3.0 or later on an iPad and iOS version 5.1 or later. To purchase y ...
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I will be showing 2 prints original palladium prints as part of the Manifest Gallery's 3rd annual NUDE show which opens on August 12 in Cincinnati, OH. I plan to make the road trip out there from PA, so if you're in the area, please come out and see the show. It's not just photographers, but painters, sculptors, sketch artists all united over the human form. I've seen the works juried into the show and they're truly fabulous!
2727 woodburn avenue
cincinnati, ohio 45206
Friday, August 12, 2011
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