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Want to talk about Japanese schlong?

by Philippa Snow , Charlotte Jansen
On Fri, Nov 8, 2013 at 10:00 AM, Charlotte Jansen c**********@artslant.com wrote: Subject: Willies Want to talk about Japanese schlong? On Fri, Nov 8, 2013 at 10:11 AM, Philippa Snow <p*********@gmail.com> wrote: Re: Willies Honestly, I'm shellshocked -- the shell in question, presumably, being some kind of hyper-vaginal conch, with a too-large and gnarled hermit crab attempting to squeeze his way in. I'll say it: the Shunga show made me long for the tender embrace of hardcore... [more]
Posted by Philippa Snow , Charlotte Jansen on 11/14/13
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The Benefits of Pencil Hard-Ons

by Philippa Snow
It's a rare situation, I'd guess, in which a reviewer is faced with the prospect of writing five hundred words of description and extrapolation about a series of pornographic sketches, but nevertheless, here we are. In the interests of full disclosure, I believe that I have been assigned this Tom of Finland show as a subject because of my “relevant experience”: while not as qualified as a  homosexual man (pun intended, in this context), I can confidently say that I know my Bears from my Otters,... [more]
Posted by Philippa Snow on 7/31/13
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SEXT: An Interview with Logan White

by Liz Armstrong
Probably the only person to ever get pregnant from casual sext, Los Angeles-based photographer Logan White exchanged risqué pictures via cell phone with an anonymous man in New York for nine months before giving birth to her side of the exchange in a gallery setting. The show, a collection of her provocative self-portraits taken off screen and printed in large format, simply called “Sext,” lasted one night only. It was one creative woman’s way of depicting her desire, her lust, her self-image,... [more]
Posted by Liz Armstrong on 8/7/13
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Sorry for Being a Genius

by Caroline Picard
"There is no more chastity in the Young-Girl than there is debauchery. The Young-Girl simply lives as a stranger to her desires, whose coherence is governed by her market-driven superego." —Tiqqun, Preliminary Materials for a Theory of a Young-Girl, 2012 Aida Makoto's retrospective exhibit, “Monument for Nothing,” is a stunning body of work, taking full advantage of its towering exhibition site. The Mori Art Museum sits on the 53rd and 54th floors of Roppongi Hills Mori Tower—a massive... [more]
Posted by Caroline Picard on 2/28/13