See three female artists put the spotlight on male anatomy
Think awkward poses, but on men.
(SPOT.ph) In a male-dominated art scene (or society), a trio of female artists have come up with a show that aims to challenge and reverse how women have been depicted and scrutinized—in every way, shape, and form using every medium imaginable.
THE FE(MALE) GAZE will give supremacy to the female perspective and give the stage to the male form. It will feature striking images of dissecting men and how Den Chua, Ayem Dzen, and Isobel Francisco portray male presence based on their own experiences and viewpoints.
"Bottom" by Isobel Francisco
THE FE(MALE) GAZE opens on September 26, 6 p.m. at Cervio Art Haus. With three different perspectives, the show seeks to explore issues of power struggle and gender inequality.
Cevio Art Haus is at 60 San Isidro Street, Barangay Kapitolyo, Pasig City (firstname.lastname@example.org or 656-4931).
For more information, visit Cervio Art Haus' Facebook page.