Foreword by Calvin Klein and Preface by Glenn Albin.
In Exhibitionism, Christopher Makos reveals some of the most extraordinary photographs ever taken of male portraiture, resulting in this astonishing visual essay. But it's not just the selection of these remarkable artworks that makes this collection special—it's the assembly and editing, finessed in partnership with Calvin Klein—which juxtaposes extraordinary photographs of men against extraordinary portraits of other man-made abstract forms.
About the Author:
Christopher Makos is a world-renowned photographer known for his work in portraiture whose work has been exhibited at galleries and museums worldwide, appeared in fifteen-authored books, and in magazines internationally. Some of his previous books include Exhibitionism, a collaboration on studies of the male nude with Calvin Klein (Glitterati, 2004); Equipose, unique portraiture of horses (Glitterati, 2005); and Warhol in Context, which visually chronicles his unique access to this major artist during the 70s, 80s, and 90s (powerHouse, 2007).
160 pages; 9 x 10 3/4"; hardcover;
150 4/c and b/w photos