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Medina’s fascination with the male form dates back to his studies in Italy. During this period of his development as an artist, he explored the canons of male beauty in their classical forms in the unrivaled collections of Florence and Rome. Inspired by these timeless sculptures, he sought to capture with a mere pencil the strength and virility that lives in contrast to the delicacy and sensuality of carved marble.

In “Man vs. Beauty,” Medina pays homage to the power and fragility of male beauty as a key source of his own inspiration.

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