Sex Cells (curated by Asli Unal)
Emmanuel Fremin Gallery
June 28 – July 29, 2012
Natasha Gornik: Alexcaliber
From the press release: In Sex Cells, eight contemporary photographers explore how we direct sex appeal, both consciously and unconsciously, as a means of empowerment and manipulation. From the provocative to the grotesque, the featured artists combine familiar props and subjects in an original manner as they tackle themes of seduction, bondage, religion and bestiality.”
Here we produced four pieces for Natasha and I have to say, they are total knock outs. From the compelling imagery to the slickly conceived framing presentation; this represents a benchmark for Gornik’s work and portends of great things to come from her.
Natasha Gornik: Phobia
Natasha Gornik: Sex Cells
Opening night: Sex Cells at Emmanuel Fremin Gallery … looks like fun, no?
Tags: Archival Pigment Printing (Inkjet), Emmanuel Fremin Gallery, Exhibitions, Framing, Mounting, Natasha Gornik