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In a Different Light

Self

This group is composed largely of images of the body: skin, hair, and the contours of physical form. These works appear to turn inward rather than out towards to the world around them, evoking a sense of alienation as well as self-sufficiency. In these self-reflexive states, fantasies of identity can begin to take shape.




David Dupuis
Self, 1993
Graphite on paper
144 x 30 in.
Courtesy of the artist




Scott Hewicker
Someday He'll Make it Plain to Me, 1994
Fabric
21 x 10 x 9 in.
Courtesy of the artist




Nancy Grossman
Head, 1968
Wooden mannequin head wrapped in leather straps
17-1/8 in tall
Museum Purchase




Man Ray
The Enigma of Isadora Ducasse, 1920
Gelatin Silver Print
13-5/8 x 13-5/8 in.
Courtesy Arturo Schwartz