As such, Sexish trumps the idea of the persistent supremacy of the male gaze by presenting “an exhibition framed by the female gaze – women as seen by women, with a title deliberately eluding a fixed or determined state – mirroring its continuously evolving and unresolved subject.” With the required subtlety to hit its mark, Sexish moves the needle of our desire while asserting eroticism and feminine power in left-of-obvious motifs.

Ulysses Castellanos for Momus
Redefining the Sex in the Sale at Birch Contemporary, 2016

Birch Contemporary

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