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Armory Contemporary NY Charlotte Lund


The gallery presents Andres Serrano from the artistʼs series “Russia”, which consists of 27 portraits of Russians. Serrano shows a cross section of Russian society, in which celebrities, political dissidents and the destitute are portrayed. Among those we meet are “Josph Kobzon, The Peopleʼs Artist of Russia” and “Saleima Ishakova, stalinist”.

Denise Grünstein
The images are a hybrid between documentary and staged photography, where the figure in these choreographed scenes hides her identity while engaging in a surreal investigation of hair. The female sex and gender are strongly linked to conventional values and ideas about hair; it should be covered, removed, suppressed but also exposed and sexualized. Yet it is resistive – hair remains when everything else fades away.

Maria Friberg offers a voyeuristic insight into rarely seen, almost to explore existential questions about manʼs existence in nature and culture through conventional ideas of masculinity. Her view on manliness holds a liberating

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