ArtSee is an opt-in image viewer application for Facebook. ArtSee is set up to allow for the exercise of "artistic freedom" or "freedom of expression" on the part of artists and content providers while maintaining the equally important right of the audience to choose whether or not they wish to view such content.
It functions as a free opt-in image viewer for Facebook users who must actively choose to view images shared through the application to see them. Uploading images to share and viewing uploaded images are free for Facebook users.
The Facebook "application settings" will be posted soon as screen captures.
There are two videos on youTube that describe and explain its operation. The basic premise is to allow Facebook users a choice in whether they might see certain content, in particular "artistic nudity". If the user chooses to see the content, they may view it. If they don't actively choose to view the content they do not see it. Only Facebook users may upload and share images, and only Facebook users may see the images.
This video on youTube covers the ArtSee application website, what it is about and how it works. https://youtu.be/FvliBqxAzfs
Stay tuned and I will soon add more info, in particular including the details of how the app was set up on Facebook.