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Leo Reinfeld
Black and white 12 - black and white photo

2014

About the Item

Since 1995 I have used a great deal of my time to study the lines and curves of the female body. Long before that I already had the idea that the female body contains every line, every curve and every shape that exist in nature. Using light to separate parts of those elements I found a large amount of lines, curves and shapes I never saw before and as soon as more than one body was involved an entire new world opened in front of me. By 1996 my work with high contrast images became known during my exhibit BODIES at the Museum of Contemporary Art of Caracas Sofia Imber. It was called the first exhibit of the naked body that children could enjoy.
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