Warren Parker‘s work is deceptively modern. He makes watercolors of ballet dancers, bullfighters, and women of the night, lounging in opulent bedrooms. There is a 19th century vibe to all of it, including Parker’s own self-portraits. And yet, these traditional entertainers, in their spectator-like arenas (the stage, the brothel), strike┬áposes that are rife with identity...

By: Brian
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