This is the first exhibit presented by Abigail Ekue Photography to promote the ongoing Bare Men series and subvert the censorship of male nude photography. « Bare Men is my answer to the stoic nude photography of men who apparently didn't have penises and the male nude market that is geared towards gay men. »
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