French photographer and artist Tiane Doan Na Champassak has been collecting Thai erotic content from the 60s and 70s for years.
Stars, musical notes, flowers, hearts and even an eye are some of the graphic resources that they used to naively hide parts of female bodies.
The fact that the nakedness was badly seen in the country paradoxically forced to use censorship despite being erotic publications. The curious thing is that this was applied in this creative and original way that Tiane now reunites in his book “Censorship”.This is the first time that the artist publicly shares this compilation. Outside their usual context, the images acquire an artistic nuance that makes them forget their original function.
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