Our daily lives are overwhelmed by visual stimuli. With his works, Berlin artist Yoram Roth creates a counter-draft by placing a certain focus in the picture and thus giving the work an additional dimension, thus inviting us to linger. This luxurious new coffee table book, Nudes in Steel, gathers Roth's latest works that have a particular focus on the human body. It documents Yoram Roth's discovery, and mastery of the unique photographic language of crops, which has become his signature style. The collection spans four Yoram Roth series, each of which bring image details to the foreground with the help of steel frames. Thematically, the series is inspired by Renaissance and Baroque painting and evolves from narrative work (Quiet Devotion, 2012-2013); a play of light and shadow (Personal Disclosure, 2014-2015); a new emphasis on figuration (White Set, 2015); and a staging of the fragile human body in a harsh, inhospitable environment (Brutalism, 2016). The carefully created book reveals the artistic motivation and technical innovation behind these masterpieces in steel. In this way, the artist takes us on a visual journey that as a counter-draft to our daily optical overload of stimuli invites us to a contemplative picture enjoyment. Nudes in Steel presents Yoram Roth's masterpieces, carefully curated and juxtaposed in book form. Browse through the pages and take the time to let this artist photographer capture your imagination.