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Renowned artist Alexandra Rubinstein ⁤ surprised everyone this week by releasing ⁢a series of ⁣eight 45.72cm by 45.72cm oil-on-panel paintings for sale on her ⁣website. ​The paintings, which ⁢depict men‍ performing oral sex on women, are bold, provocative, and unapologetically explicit.

The series, titled Celebrity Cunnilingus, features different women and ⁣settings in each painting. This ‌is ‍a significant departure from the ‍art world’s usual subtle subversions.⁤ The explicit representation of lust, featuring the faces of celebrities like David Beckham and⁤ James Franco, may raise‌ eyebrows among dealers​ and collectors.⁤ However, true art enthusiasts‌ will appreciate its contribution to promoting third-wave feminism.

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We propose that Rubinstein should continue this series on larger canvases,‍ featuring more Asian and Eastern European celebrities,‌ as well as renowned scientists, architects, and mayors. On her website, she⁢ has also introduced “Grab Yours” t-shirts, ⁢a powerful statement against‌ Donald Trump’s infamous comments.

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In her own words, Rubinstein explains the motivation behind her work: “These paintings⁣ reflect the lack of heterosexual female ‍perspective in the representation of sexuality in mainstream media and pornography. ⁢They depict male heartthrobs performing oral sex⁣ from the woman’s point of view. Cunnilingus⁢ is censored in mainstream​ media, rated NC-17 in film, ​and is underrepresented in pornography, which reinforces the notion that sex is ⁤about men and their pleasure. This series is largely inspired by the lack of female-targeted pornography available on the ​internet or in print.”

The title‍ of each painting references the work ⁢of the male performing⁢ oral sex, adding a ⁣narrative element to the visual. The point of view focuses on and eroticizes the male to‌ better target its female audience.”

Prints of Celebrity Cunnilingus are available⁤ for $100 on ​Alexandra Rubinstein’s⁢ website. The prices of the original works are not specified, but interested buyers can contact the artist for⁢ more ⁢information.

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