An art freed from monolithic conventions capable of liberating the gaze of the camera: female gaze. It is an invitation to create a new visual culture.
That is also the beginning of an artistic revolution. Traditionally, women have played second fiddle in the art history, often relegated to the rank of muses or models. For women artists, creating self-portraits is a way to break out of this passivity and assert our identity, not only as women, but also as artists.
The body is stripped without being sexualized. This art invites you to dive in the intimate. Without complacency, without restraint.
This artwork was created for the exhibition "WAGMI" powered by Gxrls Revolution and Jean-Michel Pailhon. Curated by Annelise Stern.