Andres Serrano was born in 1950 in New York. He studied art at the Brooklyn Museum Art School and presented his first exhibition in 1985. His photographic series deal with the question of the body, address social issues, and tackle the topics of sex, gender, and religion. A vast retrospective of his work was organized at the Barbican Centre in London in 2001, and another in 2006 by the Lambert Collection in Avignon.
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