Kee Club presents four photographers, one night only UNTOUCHED. Kee Club will exhibit four Hong Kong based photographers work of nude photography.
Nude photography is a style of art photography which depicts the nude human body as a study. It should be distinguished fro m glamour, erotic and pornographic photography which places more emphasis on the models sexuality, sexually suggestive component or sexually explicit nature.
The human body has always been a major topic of inspiration for artists, we find representations painted on the walls of the caves and prehistoric statuaries. In antiquity it was the male nude, especially among the Greeks, but today the trend is largely reversed and the female body is increasingly emphasized.
Represented through painting on canvas, fresco, sculpture, the nude was a subject in its self and expressed a new aesthetic in which the artists reflected the evolution of society.
The development of digital imaging techniques (editing software like Photoshop) was followed by new themes for reflection on an increasing plasticity and interchangeability of representations of the body.
Today the vision of the body changed and people are looking for the “perfect body”. With the proliferation of the nude pictures in advertising (highly retouched and far from artistic), photographers have the great duty to educate people about what is a real body.
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An exhibition representing fifty years of photography at the Arts Institute at Bournemouth
Curated by Phil Beards and Geoff Drury
2nd February - 7th March 2009
from here to there is an exhibition of contemporary photography by alumni of the Arts Institute at Bournemouth, formerly Bournemouth and Poole College of Art and Design. The exhibition is a celebration which brings together the works of up-and-coming young photographers and some already well-established names in the industry. The exhibition offers an insight into the distance travelled by these photographers: one favourite image from their graduate portfolio along with examples of their current work will be exhibited, alongside an accompanying text which reflects on their professional aspirations and hopes for the future.
from here to there will cover fifty years of photography from our graduates. These include Philip Townsend, Nick Knight, Michael Birt, John Bradshaw, George Brooks, Mitja Bozic, Craig Fordham, Karen Fuchs, Froncois Gillet, Rolph Gobits, Martin Hartley, Ted Humble-Smith, Lee Jenkins, Marcel Lam, Lester Lee, Carl Lyttle, Adrian Myers, Jim Naughten, Steve Orino, Spiros Politis, Garry Simpson, Glen Taylor, Oli Tennent, Sarah Turton, Ben Wright and Wolfgang Tillmans who represent a selection of photographic talent from Bournemouth, who have achieved success and who are working all around the world.
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