Author(s): Jordan Matter
A celebration of the human body and spirit in more than 100 photographs - all nude, all taken at night. These photographs illustrate the hard work and the dedication it takes to succeed in dancing, acting, photography - or really any creative endeavour that at first may be incredibly frightening or make you feel vulnerable, but once achieved offers an exhilaration previously unimagined. The photos were shot over 200 nights, with 300 different dancers, in more than 400 locations, in all kinds of weather. The photos are grouped by theme - Vulnerability, Ferocity, Stability, Ecstasy - and include shots from sunset to dawn, in spectacular black and white and glorious colour. Many will be accompanied by an inspiring quote. Additional text will include Jordan's introductory essay, describing how he came up with the book idea and how he is inspired by the dancers he photographs, as well as "Behind the Scenes" stories of how the shot was achieved and "In Their Shoes" - words from the dancers on what it was like to be photographed in nude in public.
From the bestselling photographer of Dancers Among Us, a bold photography collection of nude dancers at night. A celebration of the extraordinary human form at its most elemental, and of the fearlessness of the human spirit.
Thrilling and breathtaking photographs of professional dancers and performers posing naked at night. It's a celebration of the outrageous, the unlikely and courage to say yes. BUST.com We are loving this celebration of strength, adventure, risk and fearless beauty! ESSENCE.com "
Jordan Matter is the author of the" New York Times" bestseller "Dancers Among Us." He and his work have been featured on television, in print, online, and in exhibitions throughout the world, including" Buzzfeed," "ABC World News Tonight," " Today," the BBC, "The New York Times," "The Huffington Post," #1 on Reddit, " Daily Mail U.K.," "O, The Oprah Magazine," NPR, and the Savina Museum of Contemporary Art in Seoul, Korea. Matter lives with his wife and two children in New York. "