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Private Moments: Bel Ami by Howard Roffman

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this hasn't been seen before: Howard roffman in color. More atmosphere, literary density, and emotion. His focus this time: the boys of Bel ami - in total privacy. roffman, an icon in the olympus of male photography, creates art when he depicts eros and sexuality in his very sensible way, because he catches the yearning between men in a very naïve and direct way - with a ...more
Hardcover, 240 pages
Published September 1st 2009 by Bruno Gmunder Verlag GmbH
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This is Howard's first color book with digital photography. Not quite the same as his film B&W. Slightly disappointed
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I am a 55-year-old white, Jewish man who grew up in a decidedly white middle-class section of Philadelphia, who now lives in San Francisco with his partner of 34 years and whose career has nothing to do with photography. So how do I find myself publishing book after book of photographs of deliriously beautiful young men? I often find myself asking that very same question.

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