Nick Fox

SOUTH AFRICA, 1972

In his series of delicately observed figurative pencil drawings, Nick Fox transforms the found taboo image into one of intimate and emotive experience in which languorous male figures emerge from the surface of the paper. Visual representations of longing are explored through an examination of pictorial and symbolic narratives drawn from a hybrid of artifacts, mythologies and gay pornography. His work explores the physical and emotional instability and the bittersweet intensification of longing that comes as a result of rejection and loss.

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