This October, embrace the female form in its natural glory– shapes, sizes, and stages – including all the parts hidden from the public eye. Curated by media entrepreneur Amanda de Cadenet, UNCENSORED is a collaboration between Subliminal Projects gallery by Shepard Fairey and Girlgaze. The thought-provoking exhibit features over 50 photographers from the social media movement-turned-digital media company’s community. “We are excited to partner with Amanda and Shepard Fairey and their team at Subliminal Projects to highlight two big issues: the under-representation of the female gaze and the censorship of the female body,” said Girlgaze founder and CEO Amanda de Cadenet.

Fused by their like-minded visions, the exhibit is another extension of their battle to proactively increase the visibility of female-identifying artists. “Shepard and I believe in the power of The Girlgaze Foundation to showcase and empower emerging female-identifying artists,” said Fairey,“We established our gallery to showcase young artists that we believe in and we are happy to show #girlgaze: UNCENSORED and look forward to watching these young artists flourish.”

#girlgaze: UNCENSORED is open until October 28, 2017, at Subliminal Projects, 1331 W. Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles. Discover more about the project here.