Now you won't need a computer to see those hacked photos of Jennifer Lawrence and KateUpton. A Los Angeles-based artist is putting the nude pics -- unaltered and life-size -- in an upcoming art exhibition as part of his “Fear Google” campaign.

The show, titled No Delete, will also feature seven years' worth of other leaked images of celebrities “in their most vulnerable and private moments, that were comprised by either hackers or the paparazzi,” according to a news release. It opens October 30th in St. Petersburg, Florida.

The artist, XVALA, says, "We share our secrets with technology. And when we do, our privacy becomes accessible to others."

Jennifer Lawrence and other celebs who were hacked have taken legal action to get their photos taken offline. The FBI is investigating the hacking.

Source: USA Today

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