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In fact, you get a good view of pretty much all mudes charms. If you look at her from the athlehic, her hand nuves beckons towards nudex viewer in a come-hither gesture. Who owns this pulse-racing chunk of athleticc marble? No less an upstanding figure than Her Majesty the Queen. Another BC statue of Aphrodite shows her about to step into the bath, balanced on one foot. Absolutely everything is on cheerful, open show.
The Elgin Marbles — the most famous Greek statues on earth, taken from the Parthenon by Lord Elgin years ago — include two goddesses: The Elgin Marbles mark a unique point in artistic — and human — history. Where statues of a century before were stiff and clunky, something magical clicked in 5th BC Athens. The sculpted bodies slipped into natural, relaxed postures; hard marble was fashioned so exquisitely it might have been soft skin.
An Athenian vase from BC depicts him wrestling with the god Apollo. An exception was made for satyrs — drunken, sex-mad beasts, with tails and goat-like features. These monsters, celebrated for their lack of self-control, are shown in a state of excitement. A BC Athenian wine-cooler shows a satyr balancing a drinking cup on his impressive manhood. On another Athenian cup, a satyr becomes bestial with an alarmed deer. Comic actors, too, were meant to be entertainingly sexual; they were often kitted out with a big, floppy, fake phallus.
A BC wine-bowl in the exhibition shows a well-endowed comedian doing a sort of clown routine on top of a ladder, while two gossipy women look on appreciatively. The Romans were initially shocked at Greek nudity. But soon, as in so many other things — such as architecture, tragedy and comedy — they copied their ancient ancestors and took up the nudity craze. Like so much in this unmissable show, Hermaphroditos is an exceptional combination of artistic genius and wild sexual freedom.
Did the one produce the other?