Wednesday, October 6, 2010

Alistair Morrison's "Real Women"

The series of Real Women nudes was born out of Morrison's frustration with the way women were perceived in glossy magazines. With the advent of digital photography and Photoshop, it seemed that every face became both lineless and lifeless. His portraits over the years, were shaped from his love of real faces, showing the beauty but not hiding the flaws.

Morrison is still completing the Collection. The six portraits on display are making their debut at his current exhibition up at the KiptonART Gallery through October 29th, 2010.

REAL WOMEN III, Stella London 2010
27"x18", Photography. $8,500 (unframed)

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