Black-and-White Photos Diagramming the Architecture of the Body

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New York-based photographer Naama Sarid-Maletá captures organic movement and architectural angles in her conceptual photo series that we recently spotted on Juxtapoz. The black-and-white images were undoubtedly inspired by the artist’s five-year career as an architect. The photos feature models gracefully arching and twisting their bodies — almost like a refined version of the photos and drawings that Jean-Martin Charcot captured of women from the Salpêtrière hospital. The taut gestures and hard-edged lines create a beautiful tension. Take a closer look at Sarid-Maletá’s architectural bodies in our gallery.

Photo credit: Naama Sarid-Maletá

Photo credit: Naama Sarid-Maletá

Photo credit: Naama Sarid-Maletá

Photo credit: Naama Sarid-Maletá

Photo credit: Naama Sarid-Maletá

Photo credit: Naama Sarid-Maletá

Photo credit: Naama Sarid-Maletá

Photo credit: Naama Sarid-Maletá

Photo credit: Naama Sarid-Maletá

Photo credit: Naama Sarid-Maletá