Boule (Ball) by Paul Delvaux. Oil on canvas.
Untitled by Fumie Sasabuchi
Maurizio Cattelan and Pierpaolo Ferrari for Toilet Paper magazine
Denise Bellon - Mannequin de Wolfgang Paalen, 1938
Maurizio Cattelan and Pierpaolo Ferrari for Toilet Paper magazine, 2010
Untitled by Zdzisław Beksiński, 1958
Pierre Jahan Main aux yeux 1947
Loin (28) by Katrien de Blauwer
Man Ray - Scène érotique, encre sur papier, daté 11/12/1937 et dédicacé “à Benjamin Peret”
A culmination of a ten-year investigation into lenticular manipulation, Japanese photographer Tetsuro Sato presents, in his first New York exhibition, a selection of recent photo-portraits. Influenced by and rebelling against the Japanese phenomenon of the purikura—photo-sticker booths that beautify sitters using cutesy photographic manipulation such as blemish-erasing washouts and eye enlargement—Sato creates his own series of hengao (“funny/strange faces”).
Instead of digital alterations, however, Sato distorts the models’ images through the use of glassware and mirrors.
Untitled by Toyen, 1936 [crop]
Untitled (Circus) by Eva Koťátková
Scenery with Ocean from Anxious Corridor by Kansuke Yamamoto, 1938
Miss Hetty Hamer / The Misses Hathaway by Seb Patane, 2005
Illustration by Felix Labisse for Louis Raphael’s Traces, 1968