Paul Kranzler’s piece "Father with Mother’s Fox Fur" is on view as part of a significant new exhibition at the Ludwig Museum of Contemporary Art in Budapest. The exhibit, "The Naked Man," is a comprehensive survey tracing nearly a hundred years of evolving attitudes toward male identity through the ever-changing depiction of male nudes.
Along with such renowned 20th-century visual artists as Richard Avedon, Robert Mapplethorpe, and David Hockney, the exhibit places special emphasis on Central and Eastern European artists. In fact, Paul’s piece hangs directly beside illustrated work from Austria’s original and legendary bad boy of subversive art, Oscar Kokoschka. The exhibit runs through June 30th, but Paul’s piece will remain as one of the latest additions to the Ludwig Museum’s permanent photography collection——yet more confirmation that Paul ranks not only with the best of the previous century but he is poised to be one of the major young artistic contributors to the 21st.
“Father with Mother’s Fox Fur” is also included in Paul’s photography book Brut, available for purchase in the A/A Boutique.
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