20 photographers shooting nudes to follow on Instagram in 2020
Reinvigorate your boring feed with these brilliant, intimate photographers (who are doing their best to avoid Instagram censorship).
Photography Lin Zhipeng
If there’s one thing, and one thing only, that productivity vortex Instagram is good for, it’s finding incredible imagery. So, in 2020, it’s time to unfollow @fuckjerry -- all the good memes are on Twitter anyway -- and instead enjoy its original purpose; unearthing brilliant photographers that offer your feed something truly original.
The Australian photographer's American Boys Project contemplated our perceptions of the trans-masculine community through a mix of trans identities and experiences.
Lotte van Raalte
The Dutch photographer's recent series BODY is an invitation to interrogate our ideas about the female form.
From her acclaimed series Boys of China to her recent book Yumi and the Moon, Alexandra’s work contemplates identity and our place in the world.
Sophie Harris Taylor
Documenting everything from the wonders of childbirth, to the realities of having skin problems in series Epidermis, Sophie's imagery is a celebration of truth.
Casper's work often takes place in private spaces. In his recent monogram, Sakura Lust, the photographer captured the guests of different Japanese love hotels and ryokans (a Japanese inn).
Czech photographer Marie offers an uncensored lens on New York.
Creating powerful, intense and provocative imagery, Lin (AKA 223) is undoubtedly one of the most exciting, engaging photographers to follow right now.
Paul Mpagi Sepuya
Fusing portraiture and self-portraiture, Paul places himself in each of his images, shooting via the reflection of a mirror, intertwined with his subject.
No one elevates the body to such glorious heights as Harley.
Born and raised in Shanghai, but now based in NYC, Shen's work is known for both its grandeur and intimacy: placing himself, naked against dramatic backdrops.
Yemeni-American photographer and artist Yumna explores liberation, sexuality and femininity.
Danish CSM graduate Ottilie photographs Sinéad O'Dwyer's captivating designs that consider body dysmorphia.
Maria Clara Macrì
Italian photographer Maria's feed is awash with intimate moments reluctantly censored for Instagram.
Denisse Ariana Pérez
The Caribbean-born, Copenhagen-based photographer's achingly beautiful recent work tackles masculinity, nature, family and community.
Paul's ever-so-slightly absurd fashion imagery is filled with extreme, powerful bodies.
A portrait photographer based in Toronto focused on telling personal stories.
As i-D France wrote last year, "Nobody photographs women like Camille Vivier".
Founder of Women in Fashion, a grassroots organisation tackling inequality in the industry, Daisy is a photographer looking to spark change with her work.
Zoe Natale Mannella
According to i-D Italy, Zoe creates images in which the concept of privacy disappears completely.