00:15 Introduction - Barbican Curator Alona Pardo introduces the idea behind Masculinities and the striking work by John Coplans that welcomes you into the gallery.
03:50 Disrupting the Archetype - Exploring how artists overturn the usual representations of masculinity, we look at the work of photographers Adi Nes, Collier Schorr, Catherine Opie, Rineke Dijkstra and Robert Mapplethorpe.
11:47 Male Order: Power, Patriarchy and Space - Reflecting on the construction of male power, gender and class, here we look closer at the work of Richard Avedon and Karen Knorr.
16:38 Too Close to Home: Family and Fatherhood - Looking at the complexities of family life and fatherhood, we explore three photo series by Hans Eijkelboom, Aneta Bartos and Kalen Na’il Roach.
22:30 Queering Masculinity - Working in defiance of the expected gender norms of the time, we explore the queer culture captured in the work of Peter Hujar, David Wojnarowicz, Hal Fischer, Sunil Gupta, Rotimi Fani-Kayode and Elle Pérez.
32:21 Reclaiming the Black Body - Giving form to the black male experience, we learn more about Samuel Fosso and Hank Willis Thomas' work.
37:02 Women on Men: Reversing the Male Gaze - In the final section, we look at how the second-wave feminist movement and feminist art tried to expose idea of masculinity, notably in the work of Laurie Anderson, Marianne Wex and Ana Mendieta.