The Museum of Sex introduces its newest and most progressive exhibition yet, aimed to quell the growing anti-institutional sentiment in contemporary culture. This Midtown museum has engaged a group of 20 select street artists to occupy the entire third floor gallery, showcasing pieces that push the boundaries of human relationships and sexuality. The exhibition, entitled F*CK ART, initiates an honest and powerful dialogue around the primal emotions and power that dictates human behavior.
F*CK ART presents a provocative exhibition aimed not only to stimulate the notions of contemporary artwork, but also to push the boundaries of what artists can create. The exhibit is not for the timid, and has engaged artists to create and utilize the Museum space in a truly unique display of human identity.
Upon first entering, guests encounter a 14-foot sculpture by Andrew H. Shirley and William Thomas Porter entitled the F*CK BIKE #001. As visitors continue through the museum they will encounter sensual figures by artist Miss Van. Selections also include Berlin-based street artist MODE 2 who created a one day painting installation on cardboard entitled “Urban Affairs Extended”, as well as ROSTARR’s Nation of Millions and JMR’s abstract and colorful The Adventures of Hand Solo.
See below for a small preview of the Museum of Sex's F*CK ART:
DICKCHICKEN's "Tribute to Keith" from Dreams of Childhood installation. Photo by Jaime Rojo.
AIKO's "Wet Paint" installation. Photo by Tod Seelie.
An installation by Patch Whisky. Photo by TomasMoves.