As a photographer, Jimmy De Sana (1949–1990) was generally associated with New York's downtown music scene of the late 1970s and early ’80s, and, perhaps as a result, remains a somewhat underrated quantity in the art world. His nude studies in particular were a peculiar mix of lurid and classical, reverberating with echoes of pornography and Surrealism. This is his first show with the gallery, which now represents his estate.
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