Photographer Bob Carlos Clark captures the wild morals of young lovers in the 90s
In 1994, love surrounded the photographer and provocateur Bob Carlos Clark. Therefore, he did what came naturally to him - he took a camera and took a series of photos of young lovers kissing passionately with each other.
“Carlos Clark, who was sent to Wellington College, saw this orgiastic spectacle as“ a kind of side effect of British public school education, ”in which access to the other sex was on the verge of obsession, if not actual sexual conviction,” wrote Max Houghton in the eponymous the book.
Often referred to as British Helmut Newton, the work of the late Carlos Clarke is strongly permeated by sex, nudity, slavery and erotica. But even with the controversial nature of his photos were without limits; they combine the transition from art to a portrait of celebrities, advertising, and vice versa, at the flick of its shutter.