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...SHOW ME YOU      “I DONT GET IT. WOMEN ARE GORGEOUS. THE FEMALE BODY A FEAST.    WHY DO PEOPLE SHOOT WOMEN WITH THE INTENTION TO DELETE ALL IMAGINARY POSSIBLE FLAWS? WHY NOT SHOOT THEM IN SUCH A WAY THE RESULT LOOKS LIKE A CELEBRATION OF WOMEN? A PICTURE THAT LOOKS LIKE A PARTY FOR YOUR EYES AND EVERYONE IS INVITED!   I TRIED TO PRACTICE WHAT I PREACH TODAY.  SHOOT WOMEN. BITES LIP*. CANT WAIT TO GET THOSE PICS DEVELOPED.”  —   LA FILLE D’O

...SHOW ME YOU “I DONT GET IT. WOMEN ARE GORGEOUS. THE FEMALE BODY A FEAST. WHY DO PEOPLE SHOOT WOMEN WITH THE INTENTION TO DELETE ALL IMAGINARY POSSIBLE FLAWS? WHY NOT SHOOT THEM IN SUCH A WAY THE RESULT LOOKS LIKE A CELEBRATION OF WOMEN? A PICTURE THAT LOOKS LIKE A PARTY FOR YOUR EYES AND EVERYONE IS INVITED! I TRIED TO PRACTICE WHAT I PREACH TODAY. SHOOT WOMEN. BITES LIP*. CANT WAIT TO GET THOSE PICS DEVELOPED.” — LA FILLE D’O

Frank Auerbach (British, b. 1931), Head of Leon Kossoff, 1956. Charcoal and chalk on paper, 76 x 56 cm.

Frank Auerbach (British, b. 1931), Head of Leon Kossoff, 1956. Charcoal and chalk on paper, 76 x 56 cm.

Andre de Dienes

Andre de Dienes