An exhibition is a display of works of art made with the vaginas of women.
The concept has been used to describe an art exhibition or event, or a show where a person is asked to describe something with a vagina.
The term has come to mean a particular piece of art or artwork.
A Vagina Art Exhibition is not a new phenomenon.
In fact, it dates back to the Victorian era.
In 1893, a collection of works by the German anatomist Georg Wilhelm Friedrich von Lehrmann were exhibited at the Museum of Modern Art in New York.
In 1901, the artist Jean Paul Gaultier was awarded a knighthood in the United States.
In the same year, a series of paintings by the Dutch artist Joost van der Velde, including the one above, were exhibited in the Netherlands.
However, the term has been around for some time and the concept of the exhibition is relatively new.
The exhibition was designed by Danish artist Jørgen Bäckström, who described it as an “art exhibit” that took place in a public space.
The museum has said the exhibition was inspired by the experiences of vaginas in the context of the female experience in art.
“I think it’s a very powerful term,” Ms Bäcks said.
“It says ‘this is a piece of female art that is made with my body’.
It says that women are artists and women can do something very creative.”
A Vaginal Art Exhibition concept in Copenhagen’s Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) in 2011.
Ms Bæcks is a member of a group of female artists, known as Vaginal Artists, who work to bring their art into public spaces.
She is an artist with the Danish Women’s Collective, which has also exhibited works from female artists.
In a statement, Ms Båks said her exhibition was about exploring what vaginas could become.
“In my work, I see myself in the paintings, in the sculptures and in the water, so I try to show that we are able to create something and then we need to explore how we can use it,” she said.
Ms Berks, who is a teacher, is also a member in a group called the Vaginal Arts Collective.
She said her work was about using vaginas to create art that could be used in public spaces and to give a voice to female artists and to show women’s stories.
“There’s so much that needs to be heard and appreciated,” Ms Berck said.
“[Vaginal Art] shows that this is possible.
We can talk about what it is like to be a woman in the 21st century.”
The idea of a Vaginal Exhibition has not always been a successful one.
In 2009, a group known as the Vagina Collective were banned from using the term Vagina in a publication called Danish Feminist magazine.
Ms Gaulty, who also runs a business, said she was not surprised the Vaginals were banned.
“When the term is around, people think it is not real and it doesn’t belong,” she told news.com.au.
“But when you start talking about women’s bodies, people will take it seriously and that is the most important thing.”
The Vaginal Women’s Coalition says it is a movement of women, but its members do not agree with its terminology.
The Vagina Gallery, which opened in October 2011, is the first of its kind in Denmark and has been a success.
It was established in an art gallery in Copenhagen to hold exhibitions of female works of contemporary art.
It also has a gallery in the capital Copenhagen, which was opened in 2008 and was the first in the country to hold a Vagina exhibition.
A large display of artwork from the Vaginary Women’s Gallery and a large exhibition of the works of other female artists in the exhibition.
“Vagina is a term that was coined by the Swedish women’s movement of the 1920s,” said Katarina Kallstrom, Vaginal Gallery director.
“The movement had a big impact on women’s art in Denmark.”
She said the Vaginas were a form of protest and women who were involved in it were able to express themselves.
“We are also a movement that has to be strong, we have to stand up for our rights,” Ms Kallströms said.
She described it to news.co.nz as a way to give voice to women who had been silenced.
“They have to say that it is OK for a woman to be able to draw, or paint, or do anything that is not already normal,” Ms Gauters said.
For Ms Kauters, it was a way for women to talk about how they feel about their bodies.
“If we have our own opinions, they have to share them,” she added.
The group also hopes to raise awareness about the need for health awareness.