Daniel Buren, TII-205, 1965, at Xavier Hufkens
Kaspar Muller, Forever alone and around the world, 2013, at Galerie Francesca Pia
Sarah Ortmeyer, Macho Amore, 2013, at Dvir Gallery
Andy Warhol, n.t. (Boy and Girl Heads), circa 1954, at Daniel Blau
Gary Kuehn, Untitled, 1964, at Galerie Michael Haas
These works are starting to be shown more and more in the art context, a long deserved recognition for someone whose visual vocabulary has participated so crucially in the representation of the male body.
Christian Holstad, Dam Berry Basket, 2008, at Massimo De Carlo
Director of the Swiss Institute, New York, and co-founder of 89plus.
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