RYB (red-yellow-blue) is a standard set of colors used in subtractive color mixing. By combining any two of these primary colors, a third color is created (the secondary colors: green, orange, or purple); by mixing equal amounts of all three, black is born. Jerry Seguin's 2015 book 100 XIV / 100 RYB uses this color theory as a starting point, working within--and against--its confines to examine the ways in which masculinity (in particular, queer masculinity) is represented or imagined. Photographs of naked or near-naked men, alone or with another, are printed in this limited palette, the colors never mixing to create their secondary counterparts. Seguin isolates these moments--the photographs are often snaps of men in action (walking on a beach, running on a soccer field, giving a blow job)--and rigidly layers them on top of abstractions (also in this limited palette), exposing the awkwardness of representation and the pleasure in tension at the same time.