Objectified, Aestheticized, Fantasized, Eroticized, Feminized by Photography's Most Tittilating Masters.
Text by Karen Finley, Charles Simic, and other
Aperture, New York, 1998. 112 pp., 124 four-color and duotone illustrations, 90½x11½".
Nurturing and comforting, sexual and provocative: the breast is among the most complex natural symbols, conveying endless, seemingly contradictory impulses. Master Breasts is Aperture's attempt to uncover the deeper meanings that the twentieth century's most renowned photographers have found. The result is an amusing, sensual, and--the editors insist--titillating collection. Includes photographs by Edward Weston, Sally Mann, Nan Goldin, Robert Mapplethorpe, Alfred Stieglitz, Mary Ellen Mark, Imogen Cunningham, Cindy Sherman, and many others.
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