Vivienne Maricevic's desire to reveal, challenge, and transform the imbalance between the frequent representation of the naked female form and the rarity of male nudity is led to more than three decades spent devoted to the unadorned male form. While capturing scores of male subjects, she discovered that the majority had never been photographed by a female; the men all welcomed the role-reversal and the opportunity to confront the disparity it suggested. Included in this compendium are over 150 images from three of Maricevic's most distinct periods: 1975-2005's "Naked Men", all taken in the subjects' homes; 1994-2002s "Me & Men", with Maricevic cleverly engaging her subjects by inserting a piece of herself into the frame; and 2001-2005's "Strip-to-Strip", a homage to Eadweard Muybridge's iconic "Horse in Motion". Her bold, creative synergy solidified a career built on intimate photographs of men au naturel. They are, at times, playful, erotic, or controversial but always beautiful.
Vivienne Maricevic's male nude photography began in 1975 with the series "Naked Men," and evolved to include "Me & Men" and "Strip-to-Strip." She continues her lifetime mission to demystify the male nude.