Genesis Breyer P-Orridge's '30 Years of Being Cut Up' Exhibit at Invisible Exports in NYC


Left: "English Breakfast," 2002-2009. Right: "Sunflowers," 2002. Photos via exhibition page (link nsfw)

On display from September 9 — October 13 at Invisible Exports in New York City is the exhibit "30 Years of Being Cut Up" (nsfw) by the avant-garde artist Genesis Breyer P-Orridge, a retrospective spanning three decades of his collage work, photomontage, and Expanded Polaroids. Also see New York Magazine's recent profile of P-Orridge, who is still undergoing his own "cut-up," a long-term project which involves merging himself with his late wife, Jacqueline Breyer, through "plastic surgery, hormone therapy, cross-dressing and altered behavior, into a single, 'pandrogynous' character, 'BREYER P- ORRIDGE.'"

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