Erotic Trends

asymmetry Originally uploaded
by jonathan charles

to a photo of Jonathan Charles “asymmetry” I’ve written the comment: evolution in fine arts nude photography from the sixties till now + about the traditional vs modern approach to nude photography and sexuality:

the advantage of a more open acceptance of sexuality has made, that there is more courage: of the photographers, the models, the viewers, customers, the publishing print companies, the Internet social networks …

From 1960 to 2010, there are of course developments. Not just political or technical, artistic or sociological, legal or anarchist. How could one make this clear in the field of erotic photography? The gradually increasing acceptance of eroticism in the public from 1960 – 2010 has provided more courage not only for models and photographers, but also to the publishers and consumers, in the film industry and the museums. Worldwide. There is a small bastion there: the Islam-dominated countries. They prefer to employ young men in that way, that they support the mythology, that there in heaven seven virgins are waiting to say welcome to every single suicide bomber.

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26 responses to “Erotic Trends

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  3. Interestingly, these 2 photos were taken at around the same time in 1971 but show the different approaches I was exploring – the first, formal composition using a makeshift studio at home; the second looking for the beauty of the body in natural positions and settings.

    I felt the studio work was quite limited in potential and likewise I have not found that very many “modern” examples have progressed from this significantly though it remains a popular style. My later work has mainly followed the second line and I feel this gives great scope for creativity and understanding the symbolism of the nude image in art generally.

    Best wishes, Jonathan


  4. mia1984

    This is beautiful. Nobody in Indonesia would ever be able to get away with something like this. Not with the anti-pornography act we have. The law would not allow it, not even in the name of “art”. 😦


  5. this is a beautiful blog !! I love the expression and feelings


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