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Peter Hristoff

Referencing Classical Antiquity. The pieces are both poignant and (oftentimes) funny, sometimes frightening and loaded with phallocentric erotic imagery. The phallocentricity is meant to be, depending on the specific work examined, a critique of the male ego and/or a celebration of gay lust.
Referencing Classical Antiquity. The pieces are both poignant and (oftentimes) funny, sometimes frightening and loaded with phallocentric erotic imagery. The phallocentricity is meant to be, depending on the specific work examined, a critique of the male ego and/or a celebration of gay lust.
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