When you leak naked photos of Jennifer Lawrence and Kate Upton on the Internet, it's an invasion of privacy.
But put those photos up in a gallery and you can pass them off as art. Or something.
Naked pictures of the celebrities will be printed on life-size canvases and appear alongside a seven-year collection of images found on Google that show famous people in "vulnerable and private moments," according to a Wednesday news release.
"We share our secrets with technology," XVALA said in a statement. "And when we do, our privacy becomes accessible to others."
XVALA plans to make the photos the latest additions to his "Fear Google" campaign, which has "helped strengthen the ongoing debate over privacy in the digital era," publicist Cory Allen said.
In the past, "Fear Google" has seen the artist make sculptures from the garbage of celebrities including Kim Kardashian, Steve Jobs and Mark Zuckerberg. "No Delete" opens at CACA's gallery in St. Petersburg, Fla. on Oct. 30.
But here's a list of other art galleries you can find in the city. Please, see any show but this one.
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