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Naked Woman Shocks China

Erotic exhibition outrages viewers
By Echo Shan (chinadaily.com.cn)
Updated: 2006-05-26 11:13

The recent art exhibition "Experimental Space" in Nanjing pushed the bottom line of art with exhibits depicting human genitals and sex.


Pony-tailed 22-year-old Chengdu Art Academy sophomore, Wang Guiquan, appears at the art exhibition ""Experimental Space" at the Nanjing Museum on May 22, 2006. [newsphoto]

A series of close-ups of the female reproductive organs from different angles stole the show as the most bold and avant-garde.

The hard-core snapshots are mirror reflections of the artist's body, and have provoked jitters from viewers.

Pony-tailed 22-year-old Chengdu Art Academy sophomore, Wang Guiquan, smiled and explained her shocking work, saying, "Actually, it's very simple. At first, I only wanted to see what I really look like in the mirror."

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