Joel-Peter Witkin

Joel Peter Witkin, Woman Once a Bird, 1990 Every one of Joel Peter Witkin’s images in Heaven or Hell is violent. These photo.

Joel Peter Witkin

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

Post-Mortem Photos | Joel-peter+witkin+31

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]

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

arm and clock still life

-Joel-Peter Witkin, American photographer most known for his images of physically deformed people and themes of death. Born September lives in New Mexico

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

Not Your Grandma’s Artist

Joel Peter Witkin: Portrait of Clemence L., 2002

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

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.

One of the most renowned American photographer Joel-Peter Witkin was cursed as a Satanist for his work, his exhibitions have repeatedly tried to close, and yet, for the fourth time he is awarded for his contribution to British fine art. In Witkin’s early childhood right in front of his house a little girl was decapitated in a car accident which he saw. This nightmare affected all his life. Witkin fell in love with death in all its manifestations. WARNING: Collection NSFW

Joel-Peter Witkin Teatro di Morte (Threatre of Death), 1989 gelatin silver print-toned Overall: 20 x 16 in x cm) Collection Sté

Joel-Peter Witkin, ‘"Woman in the Blue Hat" Dame portant un Chapeau Bleu’, 1985

Joel-Peter Witkin, ‘"Woman in the Blue Hat" Dame portant un Chapeau Bleu’, 1985

Joel Peter-Witkin, Mother and Child, 1979

Exhibition: ‘In Focus: Making A Scene’ at The J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles

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