The Last Party for Diversity
04/08/2022 - 05/06/2022
"...Dúbravský’s bodies are at leisure, near but definitely separate from the site of labour. But perhaps describing them as being at leisure misses their coolness: with callow
eyes and faun-like shoulders they are, better put, detached. It is not so much that they appear to have taken a break from working in a factory. They were never engaged at one to begin with. Their relaxed nudity compounds this impression: not, we surmise, having been stripped of a worker’s costume, or having cast one aside. They never wore anything of the sort. However, rather than being ‘innocents’, Dúbravský’s boys are dandies who wear colours on their (naked) sleeves, and blush on their cheeks."