Gabriel Martinez: Portraits, Peeps, and Bulldogs

Copeland, Colette
October 2010
Exposure (00988863);Fall2010, Vol. 43 Issue 2, p16
Academic Journal
The article profiles photographer Gabriel Martinez. It mentions that most of his subjects focuses on the male body and how contemporary media and culture define male identity and sexuality. It presents portraits of two of his photographic series entitled "Self Portraits by Heterosexual Men," and "Untitled-Self Portraits by Heterosexual Men." It relates that some of his portraits manifests straight men's feet during ejaculation.


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