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Do Not Disturb

By Adam Raphael

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ISBN: 9781576875421

By Adam Raphael

Hardcover
Size: 8.75 x 12.75 inches
Pages: 240
over 150 full-color photographs
ISBN: 978-1-57687-542-1
$49.95
$59.00 CAD

Gay / Photography

ON SALE August 2011
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By Adam Raphael

Hardcover
Size: 8.75 x 12.75 inches
Pages: 240
over 150 full-color photographs
ISBN: 978-1-57687-542-1
$49.95
$59.00 CAD

Gay / Photography

ON SALE August 2011
PRE-ORDER NOW

Adam Raphael’s Do Not Disturb is a sensual series of racially diverse male models lounging, bathing, and dining amid the lavish interiors and luxurious finishes of the finest hotels in America. In the tradition of Raphael’s highly acclaimed Room Service, every page of this collection of all new work smolders with the heat of closed-door encounters.

The young men of Do Not Disturb are models of the highest caliber whose perfect physiques are revealed in Raphael’s photographs. Because the models are photographed individually, the viewer is invited to get to know each model intimately.
All of the models, who are both clothed and unclothed, are photographed in repose—playful, and carefree in the privacy of their hotel suites.

Escape into a world of extravagant, immaculately constructed fantasy, with Do Not Disturb.

Adam Raphael has been making subtle, erotic photographs of stunning young men for more than twelve years. In addition to Do Not Disturb, he has published five other books: Book One (HM, 1999), Friends (HM, 2001), Friends & Brothers (HM, 2004), Room Service (powerHouse Books, 2007), and Barely Working (powerHouse Books, 2008). His work was featured in Reed Massengill’s Self-Exposure (Universe, 2005) and Night Visions (Bruno Gmünder, 2008), as well as in numerous magazines. His photographs have been exhibited at Bonni Benrubi Gallery, New York and are included in the permanent collections of the Center for Creative Photography, Tucson; the Weintraub Collection, Cornell University Library, Ithaca; The Sir Elton John Photography Collection; the Lowe Art Museum, Miami; the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York; and the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston.

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