This exhibition has been canceled, postponed or can only be seen by appointment: we have decided to show it to you! Galerie &CO119 collaborated with Foto Femme United (FFU) to launch their first ever open call photography competition and exhibition on the topic of censorship in the media. The competition had no entry fee and was open to all women identifying photographers worldwide. SEIZE THE OPPORTUNITY TO EDUCATE FFU claims that censorship of art on social media is not only embarrassing: ruthless while being random, but that it hides a deeper dimension. April Wiser, founder of the FFU, says that “social media giants like Instagram and Facebook demonstrate, for example, through these acts of censorship, that the female form can and should only exist in a very limited space. Just because a woman is naked, it means she has to be sexualized. They even go so far as to censor feminist activism and make it difficult to spread a voice or platform. This exhibition was created with the aim of providing a space for photographers to show their censored or...
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