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this sort of exhibitionism can be put into the commercial magazine the gentlewoman and kept away from the more urbane world of fantastic man
The whole exhibition is amazing. I went and saw this with my wife, the retrospective collection, some of which is performed by actors, is amazing.
It is very affecting; my wife broke down at one point, because it’s so overwhelmingly powerful, and quite oppressive (in the best possible way).
Well worth doing, even (perhaps especially) if you’re afraid to do so, is walking between the nude male and female actors, who face each other barely a foot apart at the side of the first gallery.
@Lawrence perhaps you need a bit of a kick in the head emotionally. This show might actually be good for you.
I’m a great fan and keep track of her since art school (that’s a long time ago…). I think this is what art should be all about: a direct experience with your own past, present and future.
What an amazing set of portraits—I wish I could take part!
I witnessed this personally and it is captivating. Perhaps people should be more open minded about the simple things in life. Im speaking of the disgruntled reader(s) who have dismissed this exhibit as silly or recommend it for Fantastic Man’s lady magazine because they believe debonair, urbane men don’t take part in such activities. I strongly advise you to rethink your opinion
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