A queer photographer explores the pain and euphoria of sex
The photographer Mark McKnight discusses ‘Heaven Is a Prison’, his powerful (NSFW) new book.
This photographer thinks ‘it’s time to take the clothes off’ and get naked
Yolanda Y. Liou’s latest project came about by accident in lockdown, but quickly became something special that deserved turning into a book.
This documentary explores the history of nudity in film
“Everybody’s naked, and they’re TOUCHING each other!”
Male nudes through the female gaze
In 'When a Man Loves a Woman', photographer Molly Matalon presents an alternative to the male gaze; masculinity stripped of its decorations.
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).
what does playboy's return to nudity really mean?
Feminist Current's Megan Murphy explores the magazine's recent change of heart towards naked women on its pages.
girl on girl: investigating the politics of nudity with maisie willoughby
In her next exhibition, London-based photographer Maisie Willoughby showcases a series of images with 10 girls, taken over 10 years, in various states of undress.
sex, nature and nudity in the australian landscape
In her new series 'Seen as Unseen', Danish photographer Camilla Storgaard looks at the relationship between our bodies and the natural world.
awe-inspiring photographs of michael bailey-gates and india menuez in iceland
In a new book, Thomas Whiteside photographs his inspiring friends in the majestic Icelandic landscape.
from nudity to niqabs: yumna al-arashi’s photos ask how we police female freedom
Liberation isn't about skin, it's about the ability to choose what we show and what we cover up.
photographer sylvé colless on metamorphosis and female flesh
In her new show Aurelia, Sylvé turns to her lifelong interest in expression through nudity to explore change and transformation.
how to legally #freethenipple in australia
i-D investigates the legal mess around female toplessness, and discovers it's less about the law and more about public opinion.