Blaise Cepis is one of those photographers who would be able to make provocative situations and contexts far from the concept of sensuality. For the artist, eros hides everywhere and this loads his images with a strong sexual tension that permeates everything.
Women are the undisputed protagonists of her world, observed with the attitude of a voyeur, which reveals itself in a wild spirit capable of freeing itself from the impositions that the social custom of thinking wants to impose on us.
There is no doubt that such a consumerist and openly pop worldview has been influenced by David LaChapelle’s work. Blaise stands at the center as a mediator between the extreme style of the kitsch photographer and standard fashion commercial photography; it is no coincidence that the artist has worked with fashion system brands.
The sex-merch association is practically one of the fixed points of the current image society, but isn’t it a bit tired too? What do you think?
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