Le Donne by Tanino Liberatore

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In his best work, it is the way the model can draw you in with just a slight, flattering look in your direction...is the most thrilling part of the works featured, the personalization, the intimate look into the sheer joy in Tanino Liberatore’s art.
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The Italian artist of the controversial RanXerox comic series which shook the world of comics in the eighties presents women in-your-face proud of their feminity. Women in all their physical glory but without the softness or subservience. This explores limits without shame or fear and is occasionally pornographic, bizarre, or even disturbing. Includes chapters entitled "Desire", "Pulse" with stark black & white illustrations, "Embraces" with a fearless abandonment to sheer lust, "Dark/Light", "Intimacies" with never before seen angles on the nude figure, "Flesh" with soft beautiful aquarelles. This book challenges and does not leave indifferent.
 

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Tanino Liberatore (Author) : Italian artist Liberatore is best known for his highly controversial graphic novel series RanXerox but he is also a well respected and successful illustrator in many fields. Although his work could be called realistic, it has elements that go far beyond the traditional boundaries of the realistic genre. With the strange settings of his stories and the unusual coloring (for instance with lipstick) Liberatore's work could also be called bizarre, an impression that is reinforced by his use of "ultra-violence" in RanXerox but not found in this art book.
 
Published September 26, 2012 by NBM Publishing. 168 pages
Genres: Arts & Photography, Erotica.
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Reviewed by Mark Squirek on Sep 26 2012

In his best work, it is the way the model can draw you in with just a slight, flattering look in your direction...is the most thrilling part of the works featured, the personalization, the intimate look into the sheer joy in Tanino Liberatore’s art.

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