A collection of works by British photographer Harley Weir. A book dedicated to "All the Dolls in the World". The film explores themes of the body, beauty, the artificial depiction ofwomen ( or people), and the desire to be desired, capturing elements of body horror through pure beauty. . It's never pretty, and it's drawn with pretty shocking content. Over 208 pages, it presents every aspect of the author's aesthetic, and may change the way you see yourself.
This book contains text contributed by curator and critic Charlotte Cotton. Entitled " The Exquisite Corpse ," the text features American model and photographer Guinevere van Seenus and Puerto Rican digital artist Amalia Soto, USA.It interweaves conversations he has had with various artists, includingphotographer Justine Kurland . The dramatic text is directed by transgender artist, writer and director Asher Hartman.
This book is published by the independent magazine " Beauty Papers " from London, and the bookstore and publisher "IDEA" in London is in charge of distribution.A book following " FATHER " by the same author published in 2018, which was published by"IDEA" and is now out of print.
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