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From Elena Martinique’s review of the exhibition “Rough Trade: Art and Sex Work in the Late 20th Century” for Widewalls:

In the 1960s, art was being taken in radical new directions. The period saw a change in social structure and the positions of women, while social mores surrounding sexuality began to relax. As sexual explicitness became an acknowledged source and cultural subject, sex became something to be represented, scrutinized and celebrated in art.

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Browse the exhibition “Rough Trade: Art and Sex Work in the Late 20th Century” at ClampArt

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