In an age of sexy Selfies, how to make a nude self-portrait that is at once a celebration of the voluptuous female form and a historical critique of its use? Artist Kellie Spano achieves this in slippery fashion with a trio of photographs titled MAntiques: The Philia Project. Each image layers a classic black-and-white pin-upthink Betty Page circa 1954overtop a color picture of Spano in a similar pose. What seems to be a double exposure in photographic terms is not: the images werent shot on a single cell of film but printed one atop the other. Instead, its a double exposure in human terms: two people uncovered. The effect dizzies, the pair of women unexpectedly hard to separate. The pleasure of looking is shaken, not stirred.