Recent Examples of exhibitionism from the Web
Instead of the exhibitionism of peers like Tracey Emin or Damien Hirst, Mr. Hume practices self-restraint, modestly producing near-abstractions that opaquely deflect straightforward narratives or easy interpretations.
By all means, go to mother! and enjoy its roller-coaster-of-weird exhibitionism.
As the pendulum swings toward maximalism, a look characterized by a profusion of pattern and design exhibitionism, the candid expressiveness of nudes seems fresh.
His Lola perfectly epitomized the classic drag queen’s panache for exhibitionism and camp.
Officials have also noted that voyeurism and exhibitionism will not be tolerated.
Novogratz conveys Spike’s proclivity for exhibitionism and incessant yet shallow sunniness, and Keri Hellmuth aptly portrays Sonia and Vanya’s sometimes precognitive cleaning woman, aptly named Cassandra, as a comically eccentric misfit.
Quattlebaum briefly attended both the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and Parsons School of Design, and his videos and stage shows maintain an art-school exhibitionism.
As distress and distaste swirl around issues of privacy, exhibitionism and other occupational hazards of social media, a select few holdouts of the tech-savvy age are following Ms. Moshfegh’s example.
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Definition of exhibitionism for English Language Learners
: behavior that is meant to attract attention to yourself
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