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photo book with staged pictures around the world inspired on the seven deadly sins, young, gorgeous, glamourous people with all their weaknesses Erotic universe ' Nocturnal Delight ' by Hans Withoos PHOTOGRAPHY BERTJAN TER BRAAK AMSTERDAM, Friday where in the world it is, the universe of photographer Hans Withoos is connected. It is a story that he hatches, he compiles, but where he eventually also the ultimate observer of is. Who at ' a photo ' thinks of a shot, print, hang up is at Withoos barking up the wrong. He has a lot more than that to offer. At his current exhibition at Galerie Edward Palacio is to see how his series ' Nocturnal Delight ' has grown further. Of course, beautifully photographed on location, diving on Paris and Venice here. not so much as the famous cities that they are, but as a perfect setting for his people, who are almost as a kind of identify. Logical because the eye of the artist she has chosen. The are, so to speak, are types. And there is always something going on with those people. Rarely are they just present. Regularly we see something of the bare skin revealed: a bone, a piece of belly. Eroticism as a guide, that much is clear. But again not too exposed, Withoos is clearly of the opinion that expose a little bit more exciting then works right away ' the full Monty '. As in the Chiesa Della Salute works with the powerless gestural bare arms of a woman in an evening gown that seems to fall in the Venetian waters. There is ' Paris ' Père Lachaise Cemetery next to with a fairy-tale nymphs decked out girl with lots of leg and arm. Still, Withoos ' world again is more complex. Also in Paris, at the Hotel de Nice in the Marais, we find the model Fernando Silva in far-reaching state of undress. His right they bleed from what two stabbing seem. That part of the eroticism, which fascinates him against sado-masochism to hangs, clear too. It is the kind of fascination out there for centuries also for Saint Sebastian, with the arrows in his
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