Living Dolls by Bob Carlos Clarke

Living Dolls by Bob Carlos Clarke

An exhibition celebrating the late photographer Bob Carlos Clarke.

Irish photographer Bob Carlos Clarke's last ever exhibition was in 2004, before his untimely death a couple of years later, and Living Dolls is a new exhibition celebrating the tenth anniversary since that exhibition, taking place at London's Little Black Gallery from May 10. Clarke is especially known for his lens work in relation to rubber and latex, and below are some examples from the Living Dolls that are as weird as they are wonderful as they are erotic. Check out some more examples at the Little Black Gallery WEBSITE, or more of his work at his WEBSITE.










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