Womanhood marks the third instalment in a series that has seen Dodsworth examine intimate body parts. Both became published books that garnered worldwide critical acclaim. And the latter certainly does not hold back on details.
Every day for the last year and a half, Hilde Atalanta has painted a picture of one vulva. At first, inspiration came from her imagination; then, from the internet; and, most recently, from women who send her photos of their goods. For the Amsterdam-based illustrator who also paints full bodies and faces, vulvas are compelling portrait subjects.
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ArtFido has posted amazing footage of Luxembourgian performance artist Deborah de Robertis plopping down in front of Gustav Courbet's painting "The Origin of the World" and exposing herself. ArtFido also has a translation of an interview with de Robertisin which she discusses her live recreation of a painting of a woman's pubic region:. In his realist painting, the painter shows the open legs, but the vagina remains closed.
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Nearly half of all male toilets in the UK have at least one penis doodle present, according to the BBC, so Bodyform is turning this idea on its head with the "Viva la Vulva bathroom takeover". Art created by illustrator Oliwia Bober, who is known for her depictions of the female form, will appear on toilet walls and doors across London, starting with the Queen of Hoxton in Shoreditch. Traci Baxter, marketing manager at Bodyform, said: "It is our mission to break down the taboos that hold women back, so naturally we want to help women celebrate and own their bodies.
Stephanie Sarley has more thanfollowers on her Instagram profile. She is using this profile as an open-air gallery, showing her art pieces to everyone interested in watching. But, her Instagram profile has been shut down twice in a month period. Sarley is an artist, but not quite an ordinary one.
The debate about censorship and women's rights in Japan has been reignited after an artist who made a canoe modelled on her vagina was arrested for the second time on obscenity charges. She is accused of sending a link that shows her plan to create a boat "using three-dimensional obscene data" to a large number of people. The owner of sex toy store where the artist exhibits her works was also arrested on obscenity charges, police said.
Instagramat its best, is more than just a simple way of documenting a person's existence via selfies and the occasional fam shot. It's also a viable platform for emerging visual artists of many different styles and disciplines, each one eschewing the traditional trappings of lesser 'grams by constantly providing their followers with engaging and undeniably original content. For Oakland-based artist Stephanie Sarley, the opportunity to slyly reinvent the 'gram presented itself when she least expected it. I wasn't even aware of those associations.