Reviews - What do customers think about Kingdome 19?
first wonderful book of cute boys Jul 3, 2004
That was the first book and the beginning from that german photographer in 1997. Many pictures have that "riefenstahl" and typical german look. Now - i have all 4 books from Kingdome19 and he is a great one. Sadly, the book is a little bit small and has only 48 pages. But the boys are very, very cute and well hung. If you need more, look for his 2nd book: 2Omen with over 100.
Erotic & Original Form of Photo Art! May 14, 2001
This artist/photographer, Kingdome 19, born in Berlin in 1966 works on producing images on the borderline between photography and photographism. A photographist takes a print from his own negatives and colors, paints over, scratches, cuts up and makes new combinations of the print, sometimes even colleges, or anything else possible to make a new unique art object. In this Euros 07 series, Kingdome 19, has created a very erotic book of black & white & sepia-tone images of young, well-endowed nude men in settings that are classical and antique looking. These photos are reminiscent of the turn of the century photographer F.Holland Day.
I enjoyed Kingdome 19's photo images because they are different & exciting. This book is one of the best in the Euros Series and one of my favorites.
NOTES FOR THE COLLECTOR OF MALE EROTICA Jun 22, 2000
Excellent collection of photographs by Berlin artist "Kingdome19". As he did for Frank DiLeo's photobook, Don H.Mader once again provides excellent end notes on the artist and his techniques. More than just nude photos of men, Kingdome19 uses double-exposure, cut-up, "fading" and shadow to bring to the viewer the power of masculinity, giving the images a sexual charge that mere "picture-taking" doesn't express. These photographs are also some of the few examples I've seen where erection and light bondage are used artfully and tastefully and, again, enhance the iconography of virility rather than caricature it. One double-exposed photo of a model in the classic "St.Sebastian" pose with the background of a cross and Roman ruins is brilliant. When photographs draw the viewer into the work and causes them to linger and explore the image, you know the Artist has done his job well. This is just such a collection.