New York based author/artist/photographer Abigail Ekue’s body of work is entrenched in health, fitness and nutrition, sex, dating & relationships, and body image as well as social commentaries. She writes on her website My art is here to stir thoughts and emotion. Some of my work will make you smile or make you cry, turn you on, disgust you, enrage you, educate you… no matter what, I’ve done my part.
One of Ekue’s most successful projects is her attempt to dispel the myth that whilst it is fine for men to admire naked art of women, it is still not acceptable when the roles are reversed. So she set about correcting that with a whole series of photographs of regular guys of all shapes, sizes and ages that spawned an Exhibition and now a stunning Limited Edition book with the simple title ‘Bare Men’. It’s 495 pages of editorial and erotic fine art nude photography of 17 men and is available at http://www.baremen.net/the-book/bare-men