Sex Drive presents contemporary artworks that address sexuality across a panoply of forms. Using photography, drawing, painting, video, sculpture, and installation, 22 artists bring their own pleasures and political dispositions to bear on identity and gender, romance and lust, religious and legal strictures, and private and public scandals. Sex Drive asks us to consider the conventions that govern sexuality, as well as its unruly power.

Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery

This exhibition has been developed in conjunction with Haverford College’s Humanities Seminar “Sex, State, and Society in the Early Modern World.”

Artists: Larry Jens Anderson, Ion Birch, Vertna Bradley, Claude Cahun, Michael Patterson-Carver, Lynn Cazabon, John Coplans, Patricia Cronin, Steve Gianakos, Leon Golub, Duncan Grant, Peter Hujar, Leigh Ledare, Anissa Mack, Melanie Manchot, Christopher Makos, Forest McMullin, Andres Serrano, Mira Schor, Clarissa Sligh, Nancy VanDevender, David Wojnarowicz