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In the history of visual culture, there are few subjects that have been portrayed more widely and more divisively than the female nude. And, whether deified or damned, the female nude has predominantly been portrayed through the altering eyes of men. Like many, this was a time the image-maker used to reflect inward. Leese then began reaching out to other women — through friends of friends, and via Instagram — inviting a diverse community of women from all corners of the world to be part of the series, capturing them through webcam. Here, four of the women featured in the zine speak on their experience of being photographed and their hopes for the project…. Not only with my words, but also with my body.
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This cover story appeared in the magazine on Sept. While her mother and father conversed with friends and admirers, Jessie orbited the four rooms in her red dress, fielding questions from strangers eager to know more about her parents. Beneath a portrait of himself in the water, Emmett shrugged off the stares and expressed a typical teen-age frame of mind. All three seemed unconcerned by the fact that on the surrounding white walls they could be examined, up close, totally nude.
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By Khaleda Rahman For Mailonline. A Danish photographer sparked outrage in Egypt after posting a picture of himself appearing to have sex with a woman atop the Great Pyramid. Andreas Hvid posted the explicit snap on his website and it was also featured in a video he posted on YouTube. It shows him and the unidentified woman in a sexual position at the top of the famous landmark.
More than people have gathered in front of the Sydney Opera House to be photographed nude in the name of art and diversity today. A pregnant woman was among the first group of Australians to take their place on the steps of the Opera House just after dawn in photographer Spencer Tunick's latest installation, Mardi Gras: The Base. Mardi Gras festival executive producer Danielle Harvey said people, including sportspeople, doctors, teachers and retirees, had lined up to take part.