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"[Cass Bird] has a direct and collaborative relationship with her subjects, so their joy is her joy, and both are reflected in the capture. For all the nudity and naughty gestures, there is never a sexual moment. Nudity and intimacy are uncoupled from sexualization in her work, which is both an intuitive and a deliberate choice. There is very little distance between Cass Bird and her subjects–hence the title, In Bed–but that closeness is about boundless sensuality not latent eroticism. It is a deft, delicate line to draw, and one which has come to define her as one of the most important photographers of her generation," writes Vogue's Sally Singer about @cassblackbird's new exhibition at @redhooklabs, which opens today.

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"[Cass Bird] has a direct and collaborative relationship with her subjects, so their joy is her joy, and both are reflected in the capture. For all the nudity and naughty gestures, there is never a sexual moment. Nudity and intimacy are uncoupled from sexualization in her work, which is both an intuitive and a deliberate choice. There is very little distance between Cass Bird and her subjects–hence the title, In Bed–but that closeness is about boundless sensuality not latent eroticism. It is a deft, delicate line to draw, and one which has come to define her as one of the most important photographers of her generation," writes Vogue's Sally Singer about @cassblackbird's new exhibition at @redhooklabs, which opens today.

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Mônica Lachman

@_dayluiza lembra uma foto sua!

Tasha Alvarez

Cool shot

MERAMONTE

Helmut Newton would be proud of his successors.

HerrBocues

Really cool perspective!

Peter Ndungu

Vogue is and has always been revolutionary!

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