Photographs by Connie Imboden.
Foto Book Press, New York, 2001. 106 pp., 65 duotone illustrations, 8x10½".
Imboden's work with the human body ranges from the grotesque to the angelic, evoking the full range of emotions between these two poles. Her images are of bodies, partially submerged in water, sometimes revealing the whole form, but more often than not focussing on specific, abstract parts. Most of the work in this volume was produced during the past three years. "The human body is not just the most magnificent form; it is the most mysterious as well."
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