Yale Art Gallery’s ‘Pussy Gallery’ to host nude photo contest

Yale’s art gallery is planning to host a nude photo-shoot at its Galleria at Tyler, Texas, and a nude gallery exhibition is being hosted at a neighboring gallery.

In an interview with HuffPost, Yale’s senior vice president for art and architecture, Kevin Tash, confirmed the plan to hold a nude shoot for the gallery’s nude gallery at the end of the year.

“We’re in the process of having the nude gallery done in the fall, which is a really big deal for us,” Tash said.

“We’ve had our fair share of nude exhibitions, but this one is going to be really, really different.”

The plan for the shoot, which will be held in front of a live audience at the gallery, follows a number of nude events that have taken place at Yale over the past year, including a show of naked women at Yale’s Art Center in December and a performance of naked men by a group of students at Yale in March.

The exhibition of nude women at the Yale Center also sparked controversy.

In a Facebook post from the Yale Art Center, a representative of the gallery said the exhibit will feature a number “of people from Yale,” including three women who have been “studying and teaching in the U.S. for a number in the last year or two.”

“This is a huge step for us to explore how to celebrate all of our diverse identities, and what we are capable of as people,” the representative wrote.

“To be able to participate in a public space that can be viewed by everyone is something that really excites us.

We have no idea what the outcome will be, but we are looking forward to seeing what happens.”

Tash said that Yale was working with Yale’s other gallery to create a new exhibition that is a “comprehensive look at the diversity and inclusion of the art community.”

“We have a strong history of being a diverse space for artists, and it’s important to be able in this way to showcase our diverse community,” Tsh said.

“There are so many different kinds of art forms and people, and there are so few places where people can share that, and we really believe that’s where Yale Art will be able continue to make an impact.”

According to a statement on the YaleArtCenter.org website, the exhibition will feature “students from all walks of life, and students in their early twenties who are studying art at Yale and are exploring their creative potential.”

The statement also noted that Yale’s alumni will be featured prominently on the gallery exhibition.

“As one of the country’s largest art institutions, Yale has a long history of artistic excellence and diversity,” the statement read.

“The Yale Art Galleries is proud to celebrate the many artists, designers, and artists from all of the arts disciplines who have worked and will continue to work at Yale, with the goal of expanding our network of artistic voices.

This will be a very special exhibition and we look forward to a great experience.”