Photographs by Marcelo Krasilcic.
Fantom Books, 2012. 340 pp., illustrated throughout, 10¼x13¼".

Publisher's Description
Part of the generation of photographers that included Juergen Teller and Terry Richardson, Marcelo Krasilcic (born 1969) moved from Sao Paulo to New York in 1990 to study art and photography, and quickly became known for his spare, iconic and sweetly erotic photographs of liberated youth, artists, designers, musicians and otherwise beautiful and creative personalities. Krasilcic captured the style of the 90s in situ, outside of the studio, and his photographs of people like Maurizio Cattelan, everything but the girl and Chloe Sevigny were immediately absorbed by the most influential magazines of the era, including Purple, Dazed & Confused, Self-Service and Visionaire to name a few. Today, Krasilcic travels extensively on assignment as a portraitist and fashion photographer, produces sculpture and installation work, and directs art, music and fashion videos. at more than 300 pages, this oversize, slipcased, clothbound, two-volume publication features only the work for which Krasilcic first became known: his era-defining photographs from the 1990s.

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