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Gay Hookup Culture Captured In Beautiful Homoerotic Photo Series

by Graham Gremore March 06, 2016


For queer photographer Kirk Lorenzo art and sex go hand in hand.

“These models are men that I hook up with via dating apps,” Lorenzo, who is currently enrolled at the School of The Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, tells Queerty. “To give reference to that I thought it important to not include their faces.”

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Lorenzo says keeping his model’s faces hidden isn’t about shame or humiliation but rather the anonymity that comes with casual sex.

I don’t know much about these individuals aside from how their days been, what they look like and what they’re into sexually,” he explains. “At least in that moment. Though the majority of the time we end up becoming friends afterwards.”

Related: PHOTOS: The Secret Homoerotic Lives Of Cuban Men

Lorenzo’s work has been showcased in galleries and museums around the world, including The Institute of Contemporary Art, The Atlantic Warf Gallery, and The Fenway Center in Boston, Industry City in New York City, and NNM.Studio in Peru.

Scroll down to for a sampling of Lorenzo’s work, and see more at Instagram and Flickr pages…









Published for one-time use only with permission from Kirk Lorenzo. Photographs may not be saved, copied or republished on any other website.

Graham Gremore
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