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‘Nude Men from 1800 to Today’: phots of naked men looking at naked men at the Leopold Museum

by | 19th, February 2013

AH, the naked male form. It’s a laugh a minute. Lots of naked men were at the Leopold Museum, Vienna, Austria, for the “Nude Men from 1800 to Today” show. The museum is showcasing male nudity over the centuries. If the aim is to make the artists look wishful, the 60 men with the puckered white flesh in their socks are playing their part. When this many naked men are together you expect rugby songs, police to be saying thing like “Which one of you was a BBC DJ in the 1970s?” and a Channel 4 doctor to be working the room with tape measure and a book on fungus. But all you get is lots of staring in silence. At least the Norwegians would hump the frames…

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