Slava Mogutin: No Love

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In The Name of Love Exhibition

At a time when the Russian government are being complete **** and **** with their LGBT community, it’s good to see a crazy Russian artist successfully doing what he is doing. It’s unfortunate he is not a working artist in Russia, but we’re sure you will agree, it’s Russia’s loss (hopefully Russia’s people can still access his work through the internet/books if it’s allowed).

Slava was recently interviewed on Dazed Digital where he talks about the current issues in Russia and his show with Brian Kenny  at the Indianapolis Museum of Contemporary Art opened 2nd August – more on that HERE.

In The Name of Love (Slava Mogutin & Brian Kenny)
August 2-September 21
Indianapolis Museum of Contemporary Art: Website

Check out Mogutin’s previously published books Lost Boys and NYC Go-Go

Below we’ve chosen a selection of images from Slava’s body of work, titled No Love. Enjoy…

New Pants (Terry), New York City, 2001
Red Hat (Xevi), New York City, 2003
Mickey Mouse (Sophia & Boys), New York City, 2003
Jump, Brooklyn, 2003
Marco Masked, NYC, 2002
Horny Tigger (Justus), Toronto, 1999
4 Boots (Josh & Jeff), New York City, 2003
Ryan Rehearsing, Providence, 2002