German Photographer Diana Scheunemann has shot high-fashion advertising with gorgeous, statuesque models and she has shot sexually frank pictures of her friends, but here's the real artistry.
Her subjects enjoy their romps in the buff, clearly at ease with her camera. The sex is real but hardly titillating. Her work resembles a more polished version of her countryman Wolfgang Tillmans.
Diana's work requires few words. Even the most cursory of glances through this incredible collection gives the viewer the most intimate insight into her electric, scary, sexy, witty, hilarious otherworldly existence.
Whether catching a glimpse of a solitary midnight swim, a moment of intense climax, or a naked masked ghoul on the back seat of the family saloon Diana's subjects is the anti-heroes of our bland coffee table culture.
Every photo crackles with a raw energy and a visual dexterity, leads you helplessly onwards through this fantastical exhibition of sex, nightmares, life, death, rock n roll and everything along the way.
Most importantly there is always a punch line and always a reason to celebrate being alive.
Her public work is published alongside her private work, revealing a unique world in which the erotic and the gentle, the polished and the rough, the profound and the fun sit side by side.