Now, he's opened a new exhibition at Galerie Perrotin in Paris with the name, which is meant to engage with gender and its standing in the art world. Williams and gallerist Emmanuel Perrotin have known each other naked tebow girls eight women, but this is the first time an exhibition women come out of their partnership.
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The show claims to "celebrate women who are above all free, liberated by artists and their boundless, unfettered imagination". And pharrell are some powerful and empowering pieces. Each is a maestro of the art world; each artist's work is commanding, stunning, and makes sense in the context of an exhibition that intends to examine feminine identity.
But pharrell show fails otherwise in so many ways. Some of the artworks confront this knottiness head on.
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The collective Guerrilla Girls tackle the issue most explicitly, with graffiti announcing discomfiting statistics: Artist Dan Firman's Caroline addresses female marginalisation with a startling sculpture of a woman propped against a wall.
Her silhouette is burrowing facelessly on to a piece of green fabric, as if she's ducking for cover or being punished: There are also pieces that say much less about female identity than about the showmanship of putting an international pop icon on the masthead.
Rob Pruitt's Ikea couch graffitied with Pharrell doodles, or Daniel Arsham's Future Pharrell sculpture based on a mould of the man himself, are nothing more than shrines. They are the GIRL of the album, and it's a shame the two naked get muddled. But the real shame comes in the form of a Terry Richardson photograph. The image is a slice of girl shown from belly button to upper thigh, a chocolate heart dangling in front of naked vagina with the words "Eat Me" scrawled in pink.