Limited Edition 50 Copies
5 AP Numbered & Signed
29,7 x 42cm
Duotone Risograph Print
Publication Date: November 2015
German photographer Peter Kaaden fell foul of Facebook's ban on nudity after posting a picture of a naked sculpture from his visit to the Louvre. Within three minutes, the eagle-eyed censor droogs at Facebook had taken down the offending image. In response to the social network's no-nudes policy, Kaaden has created safe-for-work versions of artworks in the Louvre, blurring out the offensive dirty bits for the benefit of Facebook.
Numbered and signed Duotone Risograph Print by Peter Kaaden. Limited Printrun of 50 copies + 5AP. Frame not included.
"Raised in a small town in Germany and relocating to NY to work with the likes of Ryan McGinley the young photographer Peter Kaaden shoots strong, often provocative, graphic imagery, Inspired by youth, rebellion and the voyeuristic aspects of soft porn, his work features sometimes unsettling and often nude subjects as the result of his attempt to capture the reality of everyday life. Shooting only on film for the excitement of unexpected outcomes and lack of control over what he is producing, Kaaden thrives on spontaneous moments." Soho House Magazine - 2012www.peterkaaden.com