Young photographers like Christoph Klutsch are fast becoming a creative force within the erotic art landscape. His work is crisp, clean, and inviting. According to his website, he is “obsessed with imperfections, color, and high contrast.”
Inspired by Daguerreotypes and Robert Gregory Griffeth’s photography often mimics the technique and appearance of an earlier era. Before creating each image, he first sketches the ideas on paper arranging each detail of the scene perfectly.
What makes Perry Gallagher’s work so appealing is the sophisticated eroticism. Gallagher’s elevated concepts and images create a story within a photograph. He leaves just enough unsaid so the viewer can fantasize about the situation.
McAdoo’s balance between abstraction and realism creates an energy that thrusts the female form to dominate rolls of power. Born in 1978, Tyson spent his formative years standing behind girls in ballet class learning the finer lines of the female anatomy.
Referred to as the local crazy guy, Miloslav Tichý wandered the small town of Kyjov, Czech Republic in rags—pursuing unwitting females through the lens of his homemade camera fashioned from tin cans, children’s glasses, and other discarded items he found on the street.
Daikichi’s fine art photography is beautifully subversive work. His daring models are willing to forego their own comfort for the sake of making great art. In many ways, Daikichi is like a Japanese Joel Peter Witkin, and for those of you who are going to complain about cruelty to the poor goldfish and worms, Daikichi is said to consume all of his “props” after completion of the shoot with his models.
Anyone can enter the world that Frédéric Fontenoy creates, but only if you dare. With his sharp eye detail, this Paris-based photographer has certainly put an epic twist on erotic storytelling. Through his impeccably styled, yet formidable, black and white photography, there’s a strong narrative of desire and the body—the hunter and the hunted.