New Work engages audiences with the most innovative expressions of contemporary art. This exhibition features work by New York-based painter Marilyn Minter in her first solo museum show. Minter's work examines the relationships between the body, photography, and painting, tapping into cultural anxieties about sexuality and desire. This exhibition focuses on her recent works, hyperrealistic close-ups of makeup-laden lips, eyes, and toes, whose luscious colors, glossy surfaces, and immediate subject matter are both seductive and disturbing. While Minter's images mimic fashion advertising with alarming veracity, her exaggerated gestures subvert it, exposing the pleasures and dangers of glamour.
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