From Sarah Cascone’s article for artnet News:

New York’s Museum of Sex is exploring art historical notions of the male gaze, with its upcoming exhibition “NSFW: Female Gaze.” Featuring work from over 25 emerging women artists, the show offers new perspectives on sexual desire, and moves beyond the traditional role of woman as muse and object.

“These artists are not only using the visual language of sexuality that we’re all used to seeing, but deconstructing and analyzing, or even blatantly reversing it,” said Lissa Rivera, the museum’s associate curator. “A lot of this work was made by women exploring their own personal fantasies.”

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