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Artist Explores Street Harassment by Taking Harasser's Photo

Celeste Hamilton Dennis

Imagine you're walking down the street and you hear "Hey baby." But instead of ignoring your admirer, you turn around and snap their photo.

Artist Hannah Price did just this on the streets of Philadelphia. The result is a stunning, candid collection of portraits that explore what it's like to be the one looked at, and the one looking.

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  • Yasha Wallin

    These are really powerful. I wonder if this made these men think differently about "cat calling" women in the future after their experience with the photographer.

  • Alessandra Rizzotti

    These are oddly beautiful- and disturbing. They look so posed. Did she ask to take their picture after they harrassed her?

    • Celeste Hamilton Dennis

      I agree - there's something about them that's arresting. Some of the subjects she asked, some of them she shot in the moment.

  • Adele Peters

    That's interesting. In a way, I'd think the harassers would be happy they were getting attention or a reaction...