"I could make a murderer look like an angel," Marco Glaviano writes, "so it's not the inside that interests me.... My aim simply is to preserve beautiful women." These seductive and erotic images celebrate the female form, draped and seminude. Sirens concludes with Glaviano's brief, chattily written account of his repressed Sicilian boyhood, classical art education, and rise to prominence as a fashion photographer for such magazines as Harper's Bazaar and Vogue.
Publisher: Warner Books
Turtleback : 296 pages