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Polaroids: Attila Richard Lukacs and Michael Morris

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Attila Richard Lukacs is one of the art world’s most talented and controversial contemporary artists, best known for his epic paintings that depict masculine, homoerotic imagery, featuring figures such as gay skinheads and military cadets. His work has been exhibited at documenta in Kassel, Germany, as well as in New York, Paris, London, Berlin, and Cologne, among other ci ...more
Hardcover, 176 pages
Published November 30th 2010 by Arsenal Pulp Press (first published 2010)
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Jan 03, 2012 Aaron rated it really liked it
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‘Polaroids’ by Attila Richard Lukacs and Michael Morris

Posted on 03. Aug, 2011 by Aaron Krach in Nonfiction, Reviews

Workers? Check. Athletes? Check. Cute boys ready to sell Abercrombie & Fitch? Check. Bodybuilder beefcake? Check. This book is bursting with men—in every butch variation.

Pick a fantasy, find the page, it’s there.

Oh, but it’s “art.” Polaroids is a hefty tome of, yes, reprinted Polaroids used in the making of Lukacs’s pa
Jan 13, 2011 Grady rated it it was amazing
Looking behind the scenes of a painter's process

Attila Richard Lukacs is a Canadian painter best known for his very large canvases of male figures in various forms of assimilation/confrontation. But this book reveals a technique not known to many of just how the artist arrives at his imaginative tableaux. This book represents a collection of polaroids - 12 per page - in which Lukacs places thought progressions as he develops ideas for canvases. The photographs are a catalogue from the exhibitio
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