A Los Angeles-based artist plans to show the unaltered nude images of several of the female celebrities whose images were hacked online.
The artist, known as XLAVA, has all the photos saved. And he says he'll display them on Oct. 30 in an art show called "No Delete."
The show will premier in St. Petersburg, Florida, and will include other leaked celebrity nudes, according to publicist Cory Allen Contemporary Art's website.
“XVALA appropriating celebrity compromised images and the overall ‘Fear Google’ campaign has helped strengthen the ongoing debate over privacy in the digital era,” Allen stated.
In all, seven years of celebs "in their most vulnerable and private moments" will be there for all to see.
It seems that the artist has done this before, using Scarlett Johansson's nudes for an art show.
It is reported the leaked photos will be presented in "life-size" form next month.