‘Seen’: an exhibition celebrating women in all their brilliant and beautiful forms
‘Seen’ is a photographic celebration of the power, diversity and beauty of women, currently on exhibition at the Whitespace Gallery in Fremantle.
A huge series of portraits have been taken by photographer Lauren Crooke in the form of “nude and boudoir photography”. Crooke agrees there is a changing narrative of how society tells women they should look, “by showing them how we DO look”.
This unique and captivating photographic series sees women from all walks of life being their beautiful selves amid stunning WA landscapes.
It’s a collection carefully selected from Crooked Images’ group nude shoots over the past 18 months which showcase 100+ extraordinary women reclaiming their body across WA’s most breathtaking, natural landscapes.
A portion of all sales from the exhibition is being donated to various organisations including the National Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Women’s Alliance and the Warrawee Women’s Refuge.
‘Seen’ is on at Whitespace Gallery, 1 Pakenham Street, Fremantle until October 25th. Entry is free.
Photography, below, by Antonino Tati.
SEEN AT ‘SEEN’…
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