If you make a Google search for “boudoir photography”, you’ll be annoyed by the random styles and ideas that are tagged with this term. It seems almost everything that involves nudity, lingerie and weird poses is “boudoir”.
Classic boudoir was a pictorial trend from the XIX century, depicting the intimate life of a woman, observed from an anonimous point of view in her daily tasks, such as combing her hair, getting dresses, sleeping or reading.
Contemporary Boudoir is an art book where I’ve tried to update that concept with real boudoir pictures of actual women, doing the things they are still doning, like reading or sleeping, and new things from a XX century woman, like chatting with her smartphone.
To be published by June 2020.