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Dusk features some of the most masculine, perfectly and naturally built, handsome and sensual naked men within a stunning array of hauntingly beautiful and raw outback settings.
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Paul Freeman has established himself at the pinnacle of his craft, not only as a photographer, but as a visual poet and artist eulogizing as he captures the spirit of the rugged yet sensitive Australian male in all his physical glory. His genius is to find the right men to photograph and then tell an enthralling story with his vision from behind the camera. From the quality of the compositions and the lighting through to the texture of the outback locations, these are some of the most perfectly executed and delightful photographs in any collection, and set a tone of sophistication so rarely achieved in books of the male nude.
DUSK, like its’ predecessor Bushmen, portrays only the most masculine, perfectly and naturally built, extraordinarily handsome and sensual men! These men are au naturel, mostly unshaven or bearded, and the shaved bodies that have become so popular in other male photographic studies are avoided – these are naked MEN as they are meant to be, at times dirty after a day’s toil, figures in repose, asleep, bathing, washing, being playful with each other, and with the reader, or just inhabiting the many hauntingly beautiful and raw outback landscapes in the book.
It is difficult to imagine a more genuinely magnificent collection of men unfettered by current times, distractions, or self-conscious falseness. This is the beauty of Paul Freeman’s work – honest, celebratory, and deeply appreciative of man in his natural state. This monograph is a remarkable artistic achievement by one of our most important photographic artists.
Outback Dusk is the fifth book in the Outback series, 182 large format art stock pages (10 inches by 13 inches), hard bound and dust-jacketed. First published in 2014.