Regards Couples” represent an analysis of the sexual politics of style. Many interpretive strategies of modern Western thought, it contends, are shaped by a poorly understood, yet powerful sexual representation that we call “style.” What seems to circulate as a neutral, even scientific term in literary criticism is instead a supple ideological force that saturates academic and popular culture as one of the most powerful, because one of the most subtle, ways we understand how literary expression makes individuals legible to others as “normal” or as “deviant” sexual subjects.

Regards Couples, concept of style is transformed by the expert discourses of modernity in order to secure sexuality’s authorized use of language through what it figures as its “natural” condition of clarity and to disqualify ancient paradigms in use of language as what it terms excessive stylization.

Before going any further it is important to establish that the French work is a definition of what we mean by the term “style.” Regards Couples, argues that style is at its simplest nothing more than “a way of erotise” and that it is a way of illustrating that presumes only that the mean is a given utterance can be expressed in multiple, referentially equivalent ways: either the imagine by themselves or their arrangement.

One of the most unexpected consequences of this artist is the establishment of a social media audience that slavishly eroticizes the qualities with which that straight illustrations are associated. Curiously, however, that erotic response resides overwhelmingly in the appreciative commendations not of the women we might expect it to be designed to attract but in predominantly erotic critics.

I would like to describe this work as a lean, pleasing, tough resilience, in his illustrations we can find fibrous and solid, colloquial and fresh, hard and clean; his work seems to have an organic being of its own, his work conjures up the homoerotic world of the social media in which everyone may appreciate the pleasing toughness and sexuality of another, but also a domain in which there is a fine line between appreciation and over-appreciation. As I described as lean, hard, and clean, I might think, for the masculine qualities that would appeal to a member of the “fairer sex,” but rather in terms of men and woman delighting in humanity beauty.