Artist Jeremy Kost is known for Polaroid shots of hot, scantily clad male models. (You've also seen plenty of his video work on the Cut during Fashion Week.) Through March 21 you can see piles of his sexy man photos in his exhibit at the Dactyl Foundation. The models in the exhibit are "the objects of the artist's sexual desires" and the "medium of Polaroid photography serves as the vehicle for getting close to these desires." How can you argue with that? Visit the Dactyl Foundation's website for more info.