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Ellen von Unwerth at Staley-Wise

Posted By Administration, Tuesday, January 19, 2010
Updated: Thursday, December 19, 2013

DATE: January 19, 2010

Many of von Unwerth's photographs, fashion and otherwise, take place in a casually eroticized world without men, a place where girls just wanna have fun wearing nothing but expensive lingerie.

 

In this show of color and black-and-white work, men appear only as props or toys for women who show a much greater interest in one another—kissing, cuddling, dancing in the nude. Helmut Newton is the obvious precedent here, but von Unwerth's pictures are far more sensuous; she softens Newton's hard edge with a lively sense of fun and a voluptuousness that recalls Lillian Bassman

From the New Yorker

 

Ellen von Unwerth, Fraulein, Courtesy Staley-Wise Gallery, New York

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