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  • Georges Tony Stoll

    Galerie Jennifer Flay

    What initially strikes one about Georges Tony Stoll’s photographs, videos, and wall drawings is the intense physicality of the scenes they depict. In his images, various men (all friends or acquaintances of the artist), bump into, brush against, hit, and scratch one another as they move, with little apparent motivation, through domestic interiors. Driven by nervous energy or by an unspecified obsession, the men use strange, intensely personal gestures to evoke a restless existence on the fringes of conventional social reality.

    Although intimacy—more precisely homosexual intimacy—is Stoll’s

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