British-born photographer AdeY captures stunning images of naked bodies in fluid poses, rather strange yet so captivating. I follow his website for a long time now and I just can’t get enough of this venerability and loneliness thing. He is also an acclaimed choreographer so this must be the reason why he plays so wonderfully with dancing-like moves creating pieces about the human behaviour. It feels like AdeY has a unique perspective on how human body interacts and relates to space.
His work has been featured in several magazines in Europe and the US as well as in a limited edition photo-book out by Fotogalleri Vasli Souza.
Every day I see examples of the body being objectified and feel this is something that we as humans are becoming conditioned to. In my opinion, nudity rarely has to be sexy or about sex!
All images: (c) AdeY
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