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Mizer compound at center of photographer's empire

January 05, 2016
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When the neighbors watched Delia Mizer and her precocious 5-year-old son Bob move into the Victorian house at 1834 W. 11th St. in Los Angeles in 1927, no one could have predicted just how many people would call the residence......

The Real Bob Mizer – An Interview with David Hurles

May 11, 2010
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When I first saw Bob Mizer’s late period color work, it looked to me like the work of an outsider – someone who created great art unintentionally, foolishly stumbling upon something truly provocative. It was so unpolished, so......

The Real Bob Mizer – An Interview with David Hurles

May 11, 2010
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When I first saw Bob Mizer’s late period color work, it looked to me like the work of an outsider – someone who created great art unintentionally, foolishly stumbling upon something truly provocative. It was so unpolished, so......

Old Reliable Update: David Hurles & John Waters in NYC

March 26, 2010
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Raging hard-ons, sketchy prison tattoos, and junkies, junkies, junkies – they have all been represented in contemporary art, but never like this. Starting June 4, and continuing through June 26, David’s work will be on display at one......

Take a sneak peek at what we have planned for Physique Pictorial, issue 44

January 23, 2018
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The Bob Mizer Foundation relaunched Mizer's groundbreaking male physique mag, Physique Pictorial, last fall to rave reviews. We're hard at work on our spring issue, which will be packed fuller than a 1950s-era posing strap -- chock full of......

Did you know?: Physique Pictorial, vol. 44

March 12, 2018
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Physique Pictorial subscribers, the spring 2018 volume will be in your mailbox soon (and if you haven't yet bought vol. 44, you can do so in our online store). In the meantime, we thought you'd enjoy some trivia on the artists and models......

Babes in Dreamland: Masculinity in John Waters films, part I

April 25, 2018
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Author's note: This is the first in a two-part series on the portrayal of masculinity in the films of director John Waters. Part I covers "Pink Flamingos," "Female Trouble," and "Desperate Living." ...