A don't consider yourself part of the mass media, or B are circulating the images in a "good" way after all, it is an "artistic" website so it wouldn't be propagating the hypocrisy I don't believe anyone in this forum is arguing that, and if you are implying that I did you have completely missed the point of my post. No ethical artist would ever reveal the identify of a subject without the subject's express permission. Why don't we hang a dead rat from the roof of a gallery. Several years ago I would have been rabidly pro-Henson. As Zahava Elenberg, who was 12 when she posed for a series of dark and evocative photographs taken by Henson 20 years ago, said in the SMH I''m a parent myself and I abhor child pornography, but this is not child pornography. This is different from the way that the advertisers have treated them as sex objects.
Nude teens are 'art not pornography'
Leicester Square, London Posts: The bottom line with this one from my point of view? If debate "about" the work is necessary, let's do the artist the credit of recognising our commentary as commentary "about" work and not the work itself - which apologies to the Critic and Censor is empty of meaning, empty of value. It's happening all around us. So here is a thought experiment. Feminist stances towards sexualised images of women have always been diverse and remain so today. This is a ridiculous premise.
Bill Henson's nude teens are 'art not pornography' - Telegraph
Yet this invocation of rights for premature babies involves no concomitant recognition of the political effects of claiming rights. We might therefore be seeing only the tip of the iceberg. The history of art is filled with explorations of pornography. The invitation to the exhibition features a large photo of a girl, the light shining on her hair, eyes downcast, dark shadows on her sombre, beautiful face, and the budding breasts of puberty on full display, her hand casually covering her crotch. They don't get to make a value judgement. I think you got my point. Untitled , —
Our society has gotten so bad that people on the street feel a sense of unease when they see a father holding their female childs hand. December 1, at 3: I believe there are others with girls sitting with legs open and another posing with menstral blood on running down her leg. And from whose perspective should the image be interpreted? Find More Posts by Chupacabras. Art and Panic" on Oct 13th at the Seymour Centre.
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