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90317915Photographer Eamonn Farrell and the women featured in his now controversial exhibition Elements of Nature at Filmbase, Temple Bar, Dublin until October 26.

We did try to explain it was art.

But would YOU listen?

9031788390317881903179059031787590317879From top: Fredau Hoekstra, Melissa Hayward, Ivory Flame and Jenny Lee Masterson (in reflection) and in person.

Previously: Between A Rock And A Soft Place

 Eamon Farrell (Facebook)

(Leon Farrell/Photocall Ireland)

Layout_1heamonn2eamonn1 The work of photographer Eamonn Farrell, part of a collection entitled Elements Of Nature that will be exhibited at Filmbase, Temple Bar, Dublin from tomorrow.

Eamonn (who also runs the Photocall Ireland agency) writes:

“My work, by contrasting the texture and form of the female body, shorn of clothing and the trappings of technological gizmos, with that of our natural world, is intended to remind us of our vulnerability, as well as our strenghts as a species. And reinforce the fact that we need and will not survive without planet Earth, but it will happily live on without us.”

Phoarr. Bewbs. Hard core. And so forth.

Name those locations (above) anyone?

Eamonn Farrell (Facebook)

Eamonn Farrell (Cooper House Gallery)