7th February, 2014 / 11.00am - 4.00pm
10th May, 2019
This student lead exhibition will focus on the representation of the female nude throughout art history, rethinking how this reinforces gender stereotyped, and it will raise questions of contemporary debate such as feminism, body image and identity.
The exhibition highlights the development of the subject matter in art through a visual comparison of older prints to modern and contemporary ones. ‘The Female Nude: Ways of Seeing’ will be the 8th exhibition to run as a part of the University of Kent’s award winning module ‘Print Collecting and Curating’, organised solely by undergraduate students and will exhibit works from the Kent Print Collection, established in 2005.
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