Log in No account? In the magazine, a ten-year old Brooke is shown wearing makeup, her glistening body posed naked in a bathtub. The picture comes from. T he Richard Prince photograph of Brooke Shields that Tate Modern recently withdrew from the exhibition Pop Life, after Scotland Yard suggested it might break obscenity laws, travelled across the Atlantic carrying a long history of controversy.
His body of work is unknown, eclipsed by a single pictorial he undertook for American socialite Teri Shields. The Richard Prince photograph of Brooke Shields that Tate Modern recently posing in a marble bathtub with a seductive danger that belies her years. The original picture, for which Shields was paid $, was taken by. New to reddit?
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Michelle SmithDeakin University. In July at the age of thirteen, Brooke Shields made front page news in Photo Magazine. The young American film prodigy was promoting the film Pretty Baby. Jump to navigation.
IN AN eerie echo of the controversial Bill Henson case in Australia, the Tate Modern gallery in London has withdrawn a controversial work depicting a nude Brooke Shields after a police visit raised concerns it could be deemed child pornography. Those notorious nude bathtub photos certainly helped Shields get her career- making child-prostitute role in Pretty Baby, but they also led to a lawsuit: In , . Garry Gross November 6, — November 30, was an American fashion photographer who went on to specialize in dog portraiture.
By Anita SinghShowbusiness Editor. The photographs show a ten-year-old Brooke Shields nude. She is standing and sitting in a bathtub, wearing makeup, and covered in oil. The state's highest court ruled that consent forms signed in by Miss Shields mother, Teri Shields, were valid and unrestricted concerning time and use.
The picture, which shows Shields, aged 10, standing naked and with an oiled torso in a bathtub, was created by New York artist Richard Prince.
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