Michael Oliver Love’s fashion photography has no gender

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7 August 2019

Michael Oliver Love is a South African photographer who with his shots offers a new and avant-garde point of view on beauty and gender.

Dark-skinned women with perfect, sensual shapes, men with jewels, makeup, and high heels. Michael Oliver Love‘s fashion photography breaks through all stereotypes and prejudices with pure and simple beauty. 

The aim of the South African photographer has always been to present the public with proposals and a type of narrative that are different and sometimes openly opposed to those offered by the major fashion magazines. For this reason, in addition to dedicating himself to photography, Michael founded Pansy Magazine, of which he is the creative director, which allows him to spread his vision of beauty. 

In his shots we notice the tendency to merge the concept of femininity and masculinity, the border between the two becomes increasingly blurred, presenting the public with an idea and art that does not recognize the canonical separation of genres imposed by society. 

Discover some of Michael Oliver Love’s works in our gallery. 

Michael Oliver Love | Collater.al
Michael Oliver Love | Collater.al
Michael Oliver Love | Collater.al
Michael Oliver Love | Collater.al
Michael Oliver Love | Collater.al
Michael Oliver Love | Collater.al
Michael Oliver Love | Collater.al
Michael Oliver Love | Collater.al
Michael Oliver Love | Collater.al
Michael Oliver Love | Collater.al
Michael Oliver Love | Collater.al
Michael Oliver Love | Collater.al
Michael Oliver Love | Collater.al
Michael Oliver Love | Collater.al

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