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The New Erotic Photography Hardcover – March 15, 2007

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?When you call it art, you can keep really hot photos right there on the coffee table. No one pulls this trick off like TASCHEN, the art-book publisher that made smut a cultural celebration. This new collection features the sexiest nudes you?re likely to see outside the pages of Penthouse, including work by Steve Diet Goedde, Natasha Merritt, Craig Morey, Dave Naz, and many others?and was compiled by acclaimed adult editor Dian Hanson and fetish photographer Eric Kroll. The international cast of visionaries captures the allure of women doing everything from eating ice cream or licking their own nipples to lounging languidly for a smoke or simply showing off a sumptuous behind; the book includes quotations from the photos articulating their inspiration.? Penthouse, New York

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Photographers featured: Robert Adler, Markus Amon, Guido Argentini, Alethea Austin, Marc Baptiste, Daniel Bauer, Bruno Bisang, Lisa Boyle, Derek Caballero, Bob Carlos Clarke, Didier Carre, BT Charles, John Chilton, Robert Chouraqui, Jean Van Cleemput, Barney Cokeliss, Bob Coulter, Cristian Crisbasan, Yuri Dojc, Susan Egan, Andrew Einhorn, Alla Esipovich, Ivana Ford, Ed Fox, Peter Franck, Jody Frost, Perry Gallagher, Ralph Gibson, Steve Diet Goedde, Peter Gorman, Ludovic Goubet, James Graham, China Hamilton, Naomi Harris, Aaron Hawks, Petter Hegre, Mark Helfrich, Noritoshi Hirakawa, Mike James, Jive, Thomas Karsten, Richard Kern, Christine Kessler, Chas Ray Krider, Eric Kroll, Vlastimil Kula, Dennis Letbetter, Stefano Levi, Hervé Lewis, Kenn Lichtenwalter, Florian Lohmann, Ben Marcato, Olaf Martens, Natacha Merritt, Maki Miyashita, Craig Morey, Ken-ichi Murata, Dave Naz, Beatrice Neumann, Sakiko Nomura, David Perry, George Pitts, Collin Rae, Nicola Ranaldi, Terry Richardson, Markus Richter, Giovanni Sambuelli, Will Santillo, Jan Saudek, Joan Sinclair, Tony Stamolis, Julie Strain-Eastman, Missy Suicide, Brian Sullivan, Jeremy Thompson, Rebecca Tillett, Larry Utley, Mariano Vargas, Yasuji Watanabe, Ben Westwood, Michael White, Chip Willis
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Product Details

  • Hardcover: 607 pages
  • Publisher: Taschen; Mul edition (March 15, 2007)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 3822849243
  • ISBN-13: 978-3822849248
  • Product Dimensions: 8 x 1.7 x 11.1 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 5.6 pounds
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (23 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #601,529 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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The book contains a variety of photographers, with each presenting a short series of well done photos, using many different models. The overall quality of the collection is outstanding. I was particularly impressed with the highly detailed nature of the photos. For devotees of erotic photography, I would definitely recommend this book.
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This book is amazing. 600 hundred pages of pure beauty. Anyone who is not famaliar with erotic photographers, like myself, this is a wonderful book to start with. The cost of the book will set you back about the cost of a tank of gas. But unlike gas, you will have the book longer than a week. Every artist is a bit different from one another and shine in their own way. A great coffee table book. However, i would put it away when the nephews are over, but not other grown ups. Classy and sexy.
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I'm not sure I totally agree with the editors' definition of "erotic photography" but the photos they chose are lovely. The book is of the quality you come to expect from Tachen and the prints are brilliant colors on nice paper. I wish more of the photos were "erotic" or sensual. It seems like it is a collection of pictures of naked women. I find the cover photo of the hanging underpants more erotic than a photo of breasts. But maybe that is because I am a woman.
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This big hardcover book was at a good enough price for me to take a chance on. I like the natural hairy women & there were several to keep me happy. If you like your big breasted natural women there are quite a few of them here. For $20 it is worth getting.
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I got this for myself to help prep for a boudoir shoot. This was a NY Times bestseller and it's obvious why. Wonderful variety of erotic & boudoir shots. Nothing cheesy. Great blurbs by the photographers and wonderful variety.
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This is the most disappointing coffee table photography book I've ever received from TASCHEN. What a let down. The most interesting photographs in the book are some of the historic samples. The best of the so-called new erotic photographs were from attorney Joan Sinclair's book on Japanese Sex Clubs. True to TASCHEN's usual high quality standards, this collection is beautifully printed and bound, but so many of the pictures are so similar. It's like the censors had risen from the dead and the book ends up filled with rather boring, often sexless photographs. The pictures are almost all of females with only an occasional male being used as a sex toy/slave. I guess men aren't considered erotic? I guess hot teenage hetrosexual couples lusting after each other aren't considered erotic either. This collection was also lacking even an iota of romance. Some of the excellent photographers included in this slick collection have taken what this reviewer considers much more erotic images. Sadly those pictures are not to be found in this collection. I'm sorry to report that 90% of these pictures were boring. There were almost no sexy fetish images or fashions included. There was little fantasy or dreamy eroticism. There were no soft-focus, cotton-candy moody photos. And the weird colored dreamscapes of Jan Saudek don't really fill this void. Thank goodness for Mike James adding a little humor in his pin-up series. Ditto for Olaf Martens who seems to be aiming to become the heir to the Helmut Newton style. The photographs by Ralph Gibson were among the strongest images in the book, although his erotic work is not exactly new-who can forget his wonderful and very famous feather tickling photo that is not in this book. Alla Esipovich provided the book's geriatric senior citizen model pin-ups.Read more ›
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This book is so full of great photography from so many talented contributors that anyone can find something to titillate and amuse them. There's no accounting for taste ofcourse but no matter what you crave theres a morcel for each and everyone included in this book. It covers the Mild to Wild territory. From fantastic to grotesque, from beautiful to baffling, from realistic to surreal....well need I say more? A great addition to anyone's collection of erotic photography.
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The book should be called "The New Female Nude Photography". No sex here. Nothing wrong with that, I just feel the title is a bit misleading. Quality is up to Taschen standards (they're really high), but the content is somewhat dull. There's nothing terribly creative or groundbreaking here.
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