Overt/Closet/Boudoir

Erotica // Monday, August 06, 2012
in Julian Baker's series "Overt/Closet/Boudoir," the erotic photographer examines conceptions of sexual intimacy and identity both within and beyond the limits of society and physical space. Each image exposes its subject's personal narrative and sense of sexual boundaries, from the tamed yet slow burning sexuality of a middle-aged housewife sitting in a closet to the free and dignified expression of a nudist in nature.

Julian Baker's Erotic Triptychs

Erotica // Monday, July 23, 2012
Here's another look at erotic photographer Julian Baker and his ongoing series of triptychs, each exploring conceptions of sexuality, identity, and art. Baker prefers to use his friends as subjects rather than professional models precisely for their inexperience and honesty, and working in collaboration, they breathe life into the photographer's sensual and provocative imagery.

Photographs from Julian Baker

Erotica // Friday, July 06, 2012
Artist Julian Baker asks the question, 'What does it mean to be naked?' To some it is an erotic experience or one that is funny-- but Baker says there are "no answers just a luscious, erotic and sometimes alarming quest." Take a look at some of his photographs and explore the question yourself.

Julian Baker: Coupled

Erotica // Monday, July 02, 2012
Julian Baker's series 'Coupled Lovers' is an occasional series exploring how friends treat nakedness, how we gaze at nudity, how we define our personal boundaries of self-exposure. And how lovers look.

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