Initially shown at LAXART as part of Southern California’s “Pacific Standard Time” initiative, two bodies of Daniel Joseph Martinez’s work from the late ‘70s are on view at Simon Preston. Both series of black and white photos-one featuring individual greased up male body building posing and flexing in front of white backgrounds, the other showing groups of women milling around during beauty pageant downtime-document gendered representation of naturalism and beauty.
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