30 female-identifying artists from 20 different countries diversely explore the female-identifying gaze in this exhibition centered on the naked body in contemporary photography.

Nude at Fotografiska New York is a collection of images that portray the body through beautiful, disruptive, and experimental lenses, seeking to subvert the historically predominant male gaze and celebrate the human form. The exhibition addresses the centuries-long fascination with the naked body, and explores the balance between “the nude” as an idealized form versus an honest, natural, and personal artistic expression. In this exhibition of over 200 works of photography, film, and installation, the viewer receives a comprehensive global view of what the body means, how it is used, and what it tells us about modern society from a female-identifying perspective.

Jenevieve Aken (Nigeria), Evelyn Bencicova (Slovakia), Arvida Byström (Sweden), Elinor Carucci (Israel), Joana Choumali (Côte d’Ivoire), Angélica Dass (Brazil), Brooke DiDonato (United States), Alexandra von Fuerst (Italy), Aneta Grzeszykowska (Poland), Carlota Guerrero (Spain), Marie Hald (Denmark), Ina Jang (Korea), Viki Kollerova (Slovakia), Joanne Leah (United States), Yushi Li (China), Monika Macdonald (Sweden), Laila Majid (Pakistan), Malerie Marder (United States), Alix Marie (France), Sakiko Nomura (Japan), Momo Okabe (Japan), Denisse Ariana Pérez (Dominican Republic), Bettina Pittaluga (France and Uruguay), Lotte van Raalte (Netherlands), Lina Scheynius (Sweden), Leah Schrager (United States), Dana Scruggs (United States), Julia SH (Sweden), Prue Stent and Honey Long (Australia), Luo Yang (China).