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Artist Wears Faux Nude Clothing At The Whitney Biennial

Artist Wears Faux Nude Clothing At The Whitney Biennial
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Garments designed by artist Georgia Sagri and designer Shabd Simon-Alexander feature screen prints of a naked body.

Emma Hutchings
  • 29 may 2012

Artist and political activist Georgia Sagri’s 2012 Whitney Biennial performances showcase a range of garments and accessories featuring nude images. Designed in collaboration with Shabd Simon-Alexander, the ‘Georgia By Shabd’ collection includes T-shirts, jackets, gowns and skirts, which Sagri slips on and off during her interactive exhibit “Working the No Work.”

Faux Nude Clothing At The Whitney Biennial

The garments feature screen prints of Sagri’s naked body, allowing the artist to make a bold statement by covering herself up with nude prints of her own body.

Faux Nude Clothing At The Whitney Biennial

Whitney Museum of American Art

Top photo by Liu Jun

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