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Photos: Take A Glimpse Inside The Lives Of Soldiers, Boys And Biblical Figures

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We first learned of Israel-based artist Adi Nes when his exhibition The Village came to the Jack Shainman Gallery in New York City a few years ago. As a gay man, Nes has always felt like a stranger in the mainstream Israeli culture yet he chooses to work by creating visual narratives in his home country. Nes has become an established force in the art community in the United States, known for his provocative and deeply moving images addressing issues of Israeli masculine identity.

Photographs from “Soldiers, Boys, Biblical, and Village Series” courtesy of the artist and Jack Shainman Gallery

Courtesy of ADI NES and  and Jack Shainman Gallery

Courtesy of ADI NES and  and Jack Shainman Gallery Courtesy of ADI NES and  and Jack Shainman Gallery Courtesy of ADI NES and  and Jack Shainman Gallery Courtesy of ADI NES and  and Jack Shainman Gallery Courtesy of ADI NES and  and Jack Shainman Gallery Courtesy of ADI NES and  and Jack Shainman Gallery

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6 Comments

  • Apparatus

    That last photo. Wow. Such beauty. They’re all amazing, though.

  • TampaBayTed

    Artsy, fartsy.

  • Faggot

    If there’s no other reason to support Israel, we must do so because they keep on producing the most amazingly hot men. That, and it’s the only place in the region that is gay-friendly (über gay-friendly at that!).

  • barkomatic

    I’ll take them all.

  • sfbeast

    Hmmm, I really don’t quite get them.

  • Mezaien

    @sfbeast: A lot of thing you don`t get!. Israeli, men are, so far hotter then the American men.

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