Artist Wears Faux Nude Clothing At The Whitney Biennial

Artist Wears Faux Nude Clothing At The Whitney Biennial

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.”

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