Inspired by the title of Luis Buñuel’s latest film, this chapter deals with sexuality and eroticism, and this still relevant question: what do the images of desire stand for? The image whose expression, diverse and nuanced, less performative than insightful, has the power to keep desire alive. The spectator is invited to think about their own relationship with each of the works on display, to look at a certain celebration of love and sexuality in a different way. Is this exhibitionism? Without a doubt. Transgression? For sure. And a good dose of narcissism too—it is the characteristic of our society. But to translate sensuality, desire or pleasure into images and objects is a trading post that still fully intercedes. The path of the object in question turns our gaze to interrogate it, at once offering and obscuring itself , but still belonging to the author.