[guest post by Dana]
In a stunning bit of hypocrisy, a Florida art gallery will debut a show called “No Delete”. The exhibit will include the leaked photos of Kate Upton and Jennifer Lawrence. The rationalization being offered is that the show will provide a platform to continue the debate on privacy rights in a digital age. Uh-huh.
The controversial pictures will be displayed unaltered on life-sized canvas prints as part of artist XVALA’s “Fear Google” campaign. The show features images from the past seven years of celebrities caught “in their most vulnerable and private moments, that were comprised by either hackers or the paparazzi,” according to the Cory Allen Contemporary Art gallery’s website.
Other images will include Britney Spears with a shaved head and hacked naked pictures of Scarlett Johansson.
And without an ounce of shame, viewers leering at the beautiful naked women will be righteously indignant while they huff and puff about the loss of privacy Americans now face.