Gilles Berquet  

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Gilles Berquet (born 1956) is a French photographer, and one of the driving forces in the European fetish erotica scene. He is also the editor of Maniac, a journal of Kinky fetish and bondage photography with a film noir feel. Carefully posed with obvious illusions to the subrosa fetish photography of 1920s Paris, his photos maintain a caught-in-the-act modernity.

Influences

Berquet has noted Clovis Trouille and Georges Bataille, both of whom were on the margins of Surrealism, as influences; but his principal influence was the painter and photographer Pierre Molinier.

Bibliography

  • Les limbes de l’ange, Rares, Paris, 1989
  • AME, J. P. Faur, Paris, 1992
  • Larme Blanche, Astarté, Paris, 1992
  • P, J. P. Faur, Paris, 1993
  • La solitude des anges, Treville, Tokyo, 1994, ISBN 978-4845709458
  • Parfums Mécaniques, J. P. Faur, Paris, 1996
  • 97 rue des Plantes, J. P. Faur, Paris, 1997
  • Le Banquet, Last Gasp, San Francisco, 2000
  • Sur Rendez-vous, J. P. Faur, Paris, 2000
  • Mïrka, Kehrer, Heidelberg, 2007, ISBN 3939583316




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