False History of the Nude: A Contemporary Visual Fable comprises modern scenes composited with now public-domain nudes taken from “French postcards” to create tongue-in-cheek scenes that barely mimic reality. The subjects in these postcards, women in France throughout the late 19th and early 20th century, were a source of titillation and amusement for visitors to France in that era. By today’s […]
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