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Referencing a Civil Rights slogan from the 60's, Linda Hesh explores gender today. Five different types of men wear t-shirts that proclaim “I am a Man” while walking through differing environments.

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Linda Hesh
lindahesh Alexandria, VA USA

Linda Hesh received her BFA from the University of Illinois with Highest Honors and a MFA from State University of New York. The Museum of the Americas in Washington, DC recently showcased one of her projects and she was selected for exhibitions by international curators including Milena Kalinovska, Sanford Biggers, Claudia Gould and Philip Brookman. Hesh's art is held in public collections including the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, The Kinsey Institute, and The Library of Congress in Washington, DC. Art reviews of her work have been in The New York Times, the Washington Post and The Philadelphia Inquirer.

Publish Date  June 04, 2010

Dimensions  Small Square  34 pgs   Premium Paper, lustre finish

Category  Fine Art Photography

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Eastman7242

Eastman7242 says

WOW! I don´t know what to say because its so unusual, I mean the work is really a movie where guys turn into woman's own egos. Is there more? There has to be more to say about this morphology. Why the symmetrical layout? It needs more time lapse photography and more EXAGGERATION. Daring and fresh OK as a treatment .

posted at 03:37pm Jun 04 PST

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