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eBook I Heart Boy ePub

by J. Yatrofsky,Weston Bingham

  • ISBN: 1576875695
  • Category: Photography and Video
  • Subcategory: Photo and Art
  • Author: J. Yatrofsky,Weston Bingham
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: powerHouse Books; 1st edition (February 22, 2011)
  • Pages: 86
  • ePub book: 1905 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1163 kb
  • Other: mobi lit txt lrf
  • Rating: 4.2
  • Votes: 389

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Only 5 left in stock (more on the way). They are erotic, in the sense that they play in your mind, these photographs, with their realism-idealism.

I Heart Boy or i <3 boy is 144 page photography monograph by American artist Jessica Yatrofsky published in 2009 by powerHouse Books in New York City and designed by Sam Shahid with an introduction by Weston Bingham

I Heart Boy or i <3 boy is 144 page photography monograph by American artist Jessica Yatrofsky published in 2009 by powerHouse Books in New York City and designed by Sam Shahid with an introduction by Weston Bingham. I Heart Boy is Yatrofsky’s debut photographic series capturing young men in various intimate poses set against minimal backgrounds. The subjects straddle and crisscross the line between boyish naïveté and masculine swagger.

This is the undressed and carefree look of today’s urban trendsetter-whose style trickles out of the young, creative circles in cities, only to be copied elsewhere tomorrow.

Yatrofsky received an MFA from Parsons The New School For Design. Weston Bingham co-founded East Village Boys, an independent, New York-based online publication, in 2008. com is dedicated to filling some of the holes in the codified, mainstream representation of gay culture.

By J Yatrofsky Introduction by Weston Bingham. With an erotic softness and quiet confidence, the young, fully-nude subjects in I Heart Boy exhibit a willingness to be celebrated by all for their beauty and openness. Photography/ erotica, gay. Hardcover 144 pages . 5 x 1. 5 in 80 full-color photographs ISBN: 978-1-57687-569-8 By J Yatrofsky Introduction by Weston Bingham. Posing in the intimacy of their own homes, often in studio apartments in Manhattan’s East Village, Lower East Side and Downtown Brooklyn, lanky, hairless bodies are posed sensually against the minimalist backgrounds of naturally lit rooms with sparse furnishings.

Город: New York, NYПодписчиков: 1 ты. себе: Artist & Author of I Heart Boy and I He. . себе: Artist & Author of I Heart Boy and I Heart Girl w/ powerHouse Books.

I Heart Boy or i <3 boy is 144 page photography monograph by American artist Jessica Yatrofsky published in 2009 by powerHouse Books in New . Bingham, photographs by J Yatrofsky ; introduction by Weston (2011). I <3 boy (1st e. Brooklyn, NY: powerHouse Books.

I Heart Boy or i <3 boy is 144 page photography monograph by American artist Jessica Yatrofsky published in 2009 by powerHouse Books in New York City and designed by Sam Shahid with an introduction by Weston Bingham.

The Huffington Post remarks that Yatrofsky's "book of portraits shows the huge breadth of people that identify as feminine, urging the viewer to rethink female beauty". i-D adding that I Heart Girl is "Confounding traditional representations of women in mass media and undermining institutionalized notions of masculinity and femininity". In 2016 Yatrofsky's I Heart Boy and I Heart Girl series was exhibited together for the first time in a solo exhibition in Ghent, Belgium at Watt titled "I Heart Boy/Girl.

I Heart Boy. by: J. Yatrofsky · Weston Bingham. ISBN: 978-1-57687-569-8. ISBN-10: 1-57687-569-5. powerHouse Books · 2011.

With an erotic softness and quiet confidence, the young, fully-nude subjects in I Heart Boy exhibit a willingness to be celebrated by all for their beauty and openness. Posing in the intimacy of their own homes, often in studio apartments in Manhattan’s East Village and Lower East Side, and Williamsburg and Downtown Brooklyn, lanky, hairless bodies are posed sensually against the minimalist backgrounds of naturally lit rooms with sparse furnishings.It's an aesthetic with nods to Larry Clark and the 80s underground music scene, and appreciated by the likes of designer Hedi Slimane, American Apparel, and the most popular indie bands from New York, L.A., London, Paris, and Berlin. Yatrofsky’s waif-like men—merely boys just a few years ago, bordering on androgynous, with an occasional tattoo and a bit of punk swagger to match their youthful naiveté—hardly resemble even the shadow of the beefcake of generations past. This is the undressed and carefree look of today’s urban trendsetter—whose style trickles out of the young, creative circles in cities, only to be copied elsewhere tomorrow. With each photograph, these sexually charged images of male bodies invite the viewer to dwell upon the welcome tenderness of warm skin. Ultimately I Heart Boy is a series of nudity in the purest sense; of being simply bared as human before the world.

Comments

TheJonnyTest TheJonnyTest
This book is terrible! The cover is so misleading. Expect massive amounts of white space and guys nobody wants to look at. Literally, there was a blank page in the middle of the book. They are trying to be artsy by using less that 1/10th of a page, but they aren't. This is the only thing I have ever sent back and I buy books and stuff all the time off Amazon. Also, it's really thin.
allegro allegro
I learned of the book from a magazine review, and I'm glad I did.

The models are thin young men, posed in sparsely furnished rooms, likely their studio apartments in New York. Most of the subjects are hairless (body) and some have tatoos.

I liked the way the photos were shot with natural light, and almost no furniture except a bed, sometimes sheetless. The guys were lying on wood floors in several of the photos. That may not sound sexy, and may sound trashy, but it's not. You have to see the photos to understand.

To me, the photos are "sexually charged," while being artistic and classy. I highly recommend this book.
Whitegrove Whitegrove
Excellent. Great content.
Kipabi Kipabi
nice looking young male nudes not always comventionally handsome enjoying it tremendously gay men and others will love it
Varshav Varshav
Very good commentary and the pictures are very awesome
Геракл Геракл
and then again we don't. What is seen is recorded in the photograph. In this work of Yatrofsky, she has recorded, via photographs certain obscure objects of desire in the very urban landscape of New York. But not in the landscape, rather in the intimate simplicity of closed rooms. Rooms with light. In the light are young men. Their faces. Their naked bodies. No, that is not right: their bodies. In the same simplicity.

There is nothing posed, these are moments recorded: natural, without any of the clichés of commercial-naked photography. The Introduction by Weston Bingham is thoughtful, pointed and illuminating of the images in the book: it does introduce them, place them in context and gives one a real sense of how to hear and understand the language of the photographs of Yatrofsky. They are erotic, in the sense that they play in your mind, these photographs, with their realism-idealism. The experience is delightful, exquisitely actual, without pre-imposed structures.

I return to the book often. To see a face or a body and let my mind enter into dialogue with them. They are faces one would see anywhere: they look to the side or out, rarely a glance directly at the viewer, but when there is there is as well the sense that this is a real glance, recorded, not posed or imposed. These portraits (the "head shots") are all exquisite, recorded moments of realism, over heard, as it were, moments of a conversation. There is humour too: the boy with the camera tattooed on his chest, the phrase "Sic Transit Gloria" tattooed on his arm; the irony is precise. Then too the boys covering their eyes: more irony, a giggle muffled.Real.

I would recommend this book to anyone, even my Mother. She likes real art. This is it.
Whatever Whatever
Gotta be one of my most favorite of photobooks. I like casual over posses, but the posses seemed natural and relaxed. Wish more candid nudes for future efforts. The "artistic" community sometimes misses the boat on casual and candid. The models make this book, and Yatrofsky does a incredible job capturing the art of the boys. But not to be missed is that Yatrofsky likes the same thing as the book purchasers, and she captures incredible stills of what is just plain fun and beautiful.
This book has nude young men who are also very good looking. There are no nude females at all. Very good hair styles and revealing images. I enjoyed it very much! It was what I was looking for.