Carrie Levy offers a riveting series of male and female nudes. Photographed in the subjects’ own apartments. Directed by the photographer to hide their faces, the subjects turn their heads toward the wall or away from the camera, or bury their faces in their hands, or the sofa, creating twists of torso and angled views of the figure. These bold images at Daniel Cooney Fine Art revive a classic genre, even as they subvert one of the given in posed portraiture. The colors are bright and primary, the mood dark and dissonant. The atmosphere – heightened and almost glamorous – bring to mind Paul Outerbridge by way of Jean Genet.