Monday, July 24, 2017

Edmund Teske's Nude Men

Edmund Teske (1911-1996) was an experimental photographer known for his montages, juxtaposing nude men with images emphasizing their eroticism, joy, contemplation, or fragility.

In the 1940s he often photographed his lover, Richard Soakup.

He photographed many other of his friends, fellow artists, and lovers in poses of quiet contemplation.

Big Sur Baths.  

George Hermes


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