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"Under My Skin: Nudes in Contemporary Photography" @ Flowers Gallery, NYC

Juxtapoz // Monday, 17 Jun 2013
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Mona Kuhn is curating a show entitled Under My Skin: Nudes in Contemporary Photography at Flowers Gallery in New York City opening June 20th. THe exhibition is a selection of works created mostly in the last five years reflecting how we are currently representing the nude through photography. In an interview with Le Journal de Photographie, Mona states, "It is a fascinating subject to me. Trends in art come and go, but the Nude remains a canon of high art, like a shadow we cannot jump away from..."

“Under My Skin: Nudes in Contemporary Photography” 

Curated by Mona Kuhn 
20 June – 27 July, 2013 
Flowers Gallery 
529 West 20th Street 
New York 
USA

Captions/credits:

Polly Borland, Bunny Nose (2009) //  Copyright Polly Borland, Courtesy of Other Criteria

Maciek Jasik, Melanie (2012) // Courtesy of the artist

Sarah Anne Johnson, Sad Clown (2013) // Courtesy of Julie Saul Gallery, New York

Nadav Kander, Isley Standing (2010) // Courtesy of Flowers Gallery

Bear Kirkpatrick, The Captain Would Find Himself At Last Alone (2010) // Courtesy of the artist

Mona Kuhn, Mirage (2012) // Courtesy of Flowers Gallery

Deana Lawson, Daughter (2007) // Courtesy of the artist

Malerie Marder, Untitled (2005) // Courtesy of the artist and Leslie Tonkonow Art Projects, New York

Geir Moseid, Untitled (2012) // Courtesy of Flowers Gallery

Mariah Robertson, 250 (2009) // Courtesy the artist and American Contemporary

Collier Schorr, Day Dream (Sky) (2007) // Courtesy 303 Gallery, New York

Alec Soth, Las Vegas (2011) // Courtesy of Sean Kelly, New York

Bill Sullivan, Self Portrait with Mirror  12:20  (2010) // Courtesy of the artist

Bill Sullivan, Self Portrait with Mirror  #56  (2010) // Courtesy of the artist

Esther Teichmann, Untitled from Mythologies (2013) // Courtesy of the artist

Shen Wei, Self-Portrait (Toes) (2011) // Courtesy of the artist

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