Deborah Turbeville is an internationally acclaimed photographer, who is credited with changing the face of fashion photography. She established her reputation with highly original work that is both visionary and immediately recognizable.
An influential and prominent figure in contemporary photography, her evocative images are published in numerous books and feature regularly in major fashion magazines. In 1999, she was recipient of the Alfred Eisenstaedt Award for Magazine Photography for the Fashion Single Image and Photo Essay. Recently, she was recipient of the 2005 Infinity Award for Applied Photography.
Turbeville's photographs are widely exhibited in galleries and museums throughout the world. Her signature style, of creating unique narratives is poetic and timeless.
Three Nudes was photographed at Luxor Bath House in the south of France in 1986. The suite of three hand-numbered, hand-signed chromogenic prints has an edition size of 35, with 10 AP's. The sheet paper size is 20 inches x 24 inches / 51 cm x 61 cm.