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Pregnant: Nudes by Ralph Mohr (German and Italian Edition) (Italian) Hardcover – August 1, 1998
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This is a very different vision of a woman's beauty. Mohr has captured about twenty models in the later months of their pregnancies. It's a beautiful, joyous collection - these women all want to be photographed, want to be seen at their fullest. They want to be celebrated in that part of their life that is uniquely womanly. Most of them talk about how their curves are loved within their families, and are generous enough to let the viewer love them too, just a little.
These are very strong people, as Martina and especially Katrin show. They have friends or lovers, as Andrea shows. Their figures are elegant, as Andrea, Anke, Cara, and Sarah show. They are more than just bellies, as Kolja shows, they people first with other lives. But they are women, too, sometimes more womanly because of their grand figures and because of all the other changes in their bodies.
There are many collections dedicated to women's beauty. Very few of them describe the whole woman, in all the ways that she can be. The may skip early life, or later life, or giving life. Pregnancy may be the most important time of life, because every living person, even you, came from a pregnancy.
Ralf Mohr studied graphic design with a concentration in photography at the "Fachhochschule" in Hanover. He has displayed his work in a large number of exhibits throughout Germany and abroad and has won countless awards and prizes for his photography. He currently lives in Hanover, Germany.