Philly exhibit features celebs stripped down for PETA
Look out, fur lovers. People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals’ (PETA’s) use of provocative propaganda is celebrating its 25-year anniversary and they’re bringing the party to Philadelphia.
Look out, fur lovers. People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals' (PETA's) use of provocative propaganda is celebrating its 25-year anniversary and they're bringing the party to Philadelphia.
From Dec. 3 until Dec. 7, Twenty-Two Gallery (236 S. 22nd St.) will be hosting the "Naked Ambition: 25 Years of PETA's Sexy Celebrity Ads" exhibit. PETA has been known for their sexualized, attention-grabbing advertisements, and this exhibit will be showcasing "how a charity uses titillation to promote vital social change," a press release said.
The exhibit features celebrities like Taraji P. Henson, Pamela Anderson, Christina Applegate and Wendy Williams all rocking their birthday suits in the name of animal activism. Soccer star Tim Howard, rocker Tommy Lee and stuntman Steve-O will be featured in PETA's "Ink, Not Mink," exhibit.