The sculptural and textural visuals of photographer Alexandra Von Fuerst speaks to a quiet and sensual art form with hints of Classicism and Japanese erotica. Formally known as Alessandra Bergamin, Von Fuerst resides in London but draws upon an Italian heritage and a fascination with the body and space to create a balanced body of work. Her striking images capture the raw sensuality found in fungi and sea life without vulgarity or excess. Von Fuerst’s portrait of a red lipped model and waxy petaled anthurium lily is as effortless as her celebration of the female form through semi-nudes and unusual bodily shapes. She has contributed to Vogue Italia, Metal Magazine, It’s Nice That, Vanity Fair, The British Journal of Photography and IGNANT. Her art form and visceral visual style is unique and she remains one to watch in the rise of female photographers gaining momentum within the industry.