World-renowned photographer Marc Hauser has captured enduring images of icons like Woody Allen, Sophia Loren and Steve Jobs. Here he turns his attention to a group of artists who work in a less famous, but no less meaningful medium: their own bodies.


In a world where communication is increasingly cheap and self-expression increasingly transient, we are reminded that there is no substitute for a true, deeply personalized commitment to art, and that such commitment can be practiced by anyone, including, to name a few, mothers, dock workers, grammar school teachers and heart surgeons.

Body Language Stories in Flesh: eBook