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Talent: Erotica and Fetish Fine Art Photographer George Pitts

[Bio]

GEORGE PITTS

Art Photography – Erotica

George Pitts is a fine art photographer, painter, and writer. His paintings, drawings, and photography have been shown in numerous exhibitions in the United States including The University of Pennsylvania (2010), in New York: at The Dash Gallery, The Ledisflam Gallery and at The Drawing Center; Los Angeles: at The Antebellum Gallery, and Sometimes Madness Is Wisdom Gallery, The University of California at San Bernardino; Illinois State University in Normal, Illinois; and abroad at Gallery Gora in Montreal; and in Tokyo. His work is in the permanent collection of The Kinsey Institute for Research in Sex, Gender and Reproduction in Bloomington, Indiana.

Mr. Pitts is Director of Photographic Practices in the Photography program at Parsons The New School For Design. Previously, he was Director of Photography at LIFE Magazine from 2004-2007. And from 1993-2004, he was the Director of Photography at Vibe Magazine. In 2006, he was awarded The Lucie Award for “Picture Editor Of The Year.” His writing and artwork have appeared in “S” Magazine (Denmark), The Partisan Review, The Paris Review, The New Tough, Big magazine, One World, Vibe, aRude, Juxtapoz, Next Level: a critical review of Photography (UK), Parenthesis, and other publications. He wrote the Introduction to “Marc Baptiste Nudes” (Rizzoli pub. 2007), the afterword to photographer Tony Ward’s first monograph, “Obsessions” (Edition Stemmle, 1998); the critical essay for Dana Lixenberg’s monograph, “United States” (Artimo/D.A.P. 2001); as well as introductory notes for Hans Neleman’s photo book, “Night Chicas” (Graphis, 2003). In the Fall of 2003, the critically acclaimed “VX: Ten Years of Vibe Photography,” was published by Abrams Books, which Mr. Pitts both edited, and wrote the essay “Mindstorm,” that appears in the foreword.

His photography has been published in The New York Times Magazine, New York Magazine, S Magazine, supplementaire, The New Tough, Karin + Raoul, Spin, Complex, Vice, Nerve.com, Nerve Magazine, aRude (print and online), Table Brothers Gallery, TinyVices.com, Louchelink.com, Latina, SexTV (Canada), Werk #5 (an anthology of contemporary art including artists such as Nobuyoshi Araki), Complex, Latina, Tally Ho, Stereotype, Esquire, Details, Zoo (UK), Bunnie: issues 1 & 2 (UK), Clam (France), Premiere, Talk, Raygun, Paper, Manhattan File, Voidek, Gotham, The Washington Post; and the following books: The Graphis Photo Annual 2000, “American Photography” annual: Volumes 16, 18, 19, 20, 21, 23, and 24 (2008 edition)” (D.A.P. pub.); “Fetish Dreams” (Edition Skylight, Switzerland, 2008), “The New Erotic Photography” (Taschen Books, 2007; and revised edition 2009), “Masterminds of Mode: International Fashion Festival in Japan” (2000); “Nerve: The New Nude” (Chronicle Books); “Nerve: The First Ten Years,” (Chronicle Books, 2008), “The Mammoth Book of Erotic Photography” (2010 edition, UK), “The Covers Record” by Cat Power (Matador), and the “Joe Sent Me Remix” album by Vanessa Daou (Daou Records).

Website: georgepitts.com

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