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Voices of 'Invisible Men'

A MEMBER of staff from the Gallery of Modern Art holds a work from a controversial exhibition on men who buy sex.

Invisible Men, which opens tomorrow and runs until March 23, is a series of featureless white masks with the words of "punters" superimposed on them from a website on which men post reviews of women they have paid for sex . A price tag on each image states how much the man paid. Two prostitute support groups have criticised the Glasgow gallery for excluding the voice of sex workers.

Picture: Colin Mearns

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