Leonard Nimoy’s Photography of Full Body Women

These photos of full-figured women were taken by the late Leonard Nimoy in 2007 to challenge entrenched concepts of beauty. They echo the work of artists from Botticelli to Matisse and Helmut Newton. The models are from a burlesque group in San Francisco, the Fat Bottom Revue.





All photographs by bdb92c04-6c59-43db-b33e-d224e356a32c-2060x1569/courtesy of R Michelson Galleries

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