Looking at women

“XX Feminine Body Layers” offers a refreshing and daring perspective on female aesthetics.

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April 13, 2017 14:09
Aging process

Noa Zilberman happily embraces the aging process. (photo credit: GIDEON LEVY)

 
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Sex sells, right? Even in this so-called PC-keen postmodern world of ours, there is still plenty of flesh being bared to sell all kinds of products, and it is generally of a female ilk.

The female body, and the general perception of what is considered beautiful – nay, sexy – is one of the burning issues addressed by the “XX Feminine Body Layers” exhibition currently on show at the Arie Klang House in Ashdod.

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