Steve Diet Goedde

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Steve Diet Goedde
Steve Diet Goedde.jpg
Photo courtesy of Steve Diet Goedde.
Born (1965-02-20) February 20, 1965 (age 53)
Nationality American
Education Art Institute of Chicago[1]
Known for Photography

Steve Diet Goedde (born Steven Paul Goedde on February 20, 1965) is an American fetish photographer.[2][3]

"Diet" is a nickname from "Coma Diet," a past musical project.[4]

According to one reviewer, Goedde's photos "are what Ansel Adams might have made if he were into S&M."[3]

Monograph books[edit]

  • Phovella (DietWrite Publications, Chicago, 1994)
  • The Beauty of Fetish (Edition Stemmle, Zurich, 1998) ISBN 3-908161-19-3
  • The Beauty of Fetish: Volume 2 (Edition Stemmle, Zurich, 2001) ISBN 3-908163-42-0
  • ARRANGEMENTS: Volume III (Century Guild, Los Angeles, 2015)
  • Upcoming Untitled Book (Circa Press, London)

Other Media[edit]

  • Living Through Steve Diet Goedde DVD (SlishPix, Los Angeles, 2005)
  • GoeddeConcerto CD (ReadyMade Music, Nice France, 2009) Music by Robert Waechter.

Solo Gallery and Museum Shows[edit]

2018

 • Collaboration (with painter Alex Couwenberg), Coagula Curatorial, Los Angeles CA

2016

 • ARRANGEMENTS, Century Guild, Culver City CA
 • Instances, Garboushian Gallery, Beverly Hills CA
 • VARIATIONS, Sin City Gallery, Los Vegas NV

2013

 • The Modern Vintage, The Landmark, Hong Kong China

2012

 • New Works, Sin City Gallery, Las Vegas NV

2011

 • Dream Menagerie, Sin City Gallery, Las Vegas NV

2010

 • Intimate Captures, Sugar Lilie dessous prives, Los Angeles CA

2002

 • New Work 2002, Madame S Gallery, San Francisco CA

2000

 • Photographs from the American West, Feitico Gallery, Chicago IL

1994

 • Some Folks Call It a Sling Blade (one-night-show featuring Goedde's photography for the making of the critically acclaimed short film "Some Folks Call It a Sling Blade"), St. Louis Art Museum, St. Louis MO

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Official site biography". Retrieved 30 January 2009.
  2. ^ "At Last, Some Real Music for Pervs!". Retrieved November 13, 2009.
  3. ^ a b "A fine fetish". Retrieved November 13, 2009.
  4. ^ Vicky Goldberg, Midori, and Steve Diet Goedde (1998). The Beauty of Fetish, p.138. Edition Stemmle, Zürich. ISBN 3-908161-19-3.

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