Artist Spotlight: David Trullo
BY Christopher Harrity
June 15 2013 4:00 AM ET
David Trullo is a visual artist based in Madrid. His photo and video work deal with different aspects of representation, context, reproduction, and distribution of images. In all of his photographs there is a connection with history and the culture and beliefs of the Western world, often embodying new LGTBQ visibilities. He examines prejudice, intolerance, religion, gender, and desire with a contemporary eye and a wicked sense of humor. See more at DavidTrullo.com.
New Pagans, 2005 (Ganymede Perry), C-print, 100 x 100 cm
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