Exihibition view with black and white picture.
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Now that the slide into the sultry summer months has finally started, it seems like an ideal time to bare a bit of flesh.

Sex and the city.

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Take a look at a some of the salacious work on show at the Yossi Milo Gallery
Fittingly then, New York’s Yossi Milo Gallery will this month play host to an exhibition dedicated entirely to alfresco urban antics - Sex and the city.
Whilst the title might not be up to much, the show does exactly what it says on the tin, featuring blissed-out photographic work from some of the last century’s top snappers.
With work ranging from Nan Goldin’s seminal Transsexual snaps to Alfred Eisenstaedt’s 1940’s Time Square couple, and featuring key pieces from Deborah Bell, Edwynn Houk and Howard Greenberg - this is an all out celebration of a little love in the big apple.


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Harriet Lloyd-Smith was the Arts Editor of Wallpaper*, responsible for the art pages across digital and print, including profiles, exhibition reviews, and contemporary art collaborations. She started at Wallpaper* in 2017 and has written for leading contemporary art publications, auction houses and arts charities, and lectured on review writing and art journalism. When she’s not writing about art, she’s making her own.