Joel-Peter Witkin, En attendant De Chirico dans la section des artistes du purgatoire, 1994

Joel-Peter Witkin, En attendant De Chirico dans la section des artistes du purgatoire, 1994

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POST MORTEM – Hedendaagse fotografie

The Kiss (Le Baiser), New Mexico, is an image of a single autopsied head that’s been sliced in half down the middle, and posed as two separate beings locked in a kiss. [image by Joel-Peter Witkin]

Joel Peter Witkin: Portrait of Clemence L., 2002

Joel Peter Witkin: Portrait of Clemence L., 2002 - The World is Not Enough

The first joint exhibition of two of America's most respected living artists, Joel-Peter Witkin and Jerome Witkin at Jack Rutberg Fine Arts raises intriguing questions about the similarities between these remarkable twins.

The Art of Empathy: Joel-Peter Witkin and Jerome Witkin

Not Your Grandma's Artist. Posted June 29, 2017 (photo: Joel-Peter Witkin, Marseile, 1992).

Not Your Grandma’s Artist

El fotógrafo Joel-Peter Witkin, es reconocido a nivel mundial por sus mórbidas composiciones que combinan cadáveres...

Joel-Peter Witkin, la fotografía entre la vida y la muerte

Joel Peter Witkin

Interrupted Reading, Paris, 1999 Joel-Peter Witkin Represented by The Edelman Gallery

Joel-Peter Witkin Un Santo Oscuro, New Mexico 1987

Museum of Contemporary Photography . Un Santo Oscuro, New Mexico, from the "Twelve Photographs, book .

Joel Peter Witkin is an American photographer. His work often deals with such themes as death, corpses, and various outsiders such as dwarfs, transsexuals, hermaphrodites, and physically deformed people

Joel-Peter Witkin, born 1939 in New York, is an American photographer. He is known for his startling and provocative images. His work centers around corpses, body parts and people with physical.

Vienna Eya Phantom, Philadelphia, 1990. Gelatin Silver Print, 40 x 30 inches © Joel-Peter Witkin / Courtesy of Jack Rutberg Fine Arts, Los Angelos

Vienna Eya Phantom, Philadelphia, Gelatin Silver Print, 40 x 30 inches © Joel-Peter Witkin / Courtesy of Jack Rutberg Fine Arts, Los Angelos

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