The reality star attended photographer Brian Bowen Smith's exhibition on Thursday

By Aurelie Corinthios
Updated October 23, 2015 10:30 AM
Credit: WENN

Kourtney Kardashian is looking fierce.

The reality star attended Brian Bowen Smith's Metallic Life exhibition debut at the De Re Gallery in Los Angeles on Thursday to support the photographer, for whom she posed nude in an artistic shot published by Vanity Fair earlier this month.

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The photos from the series are printed on metallic paper, which Smith said emphasizes the "tantalizing textures of skin," and Kardashian was all smiles as she posed next to her glamorous shot, which will be on display until Nov. 19.

Kardashian, 36, wore skinny black leather pants, a sheer black high-low top and delicate strappy heels for her visit to the gallery.

Two days after the photo was released on Oct. 6, Kardashian's ex and the father of her three children Scott Disick took to Instagram to compliment her on the shot, writing, "Now that's 1 hot mama."

Kardashian split from Disick, 32, in July after nine years together.

Disick, who has struggled with alcohol abuse, checked himself into rehab last week. A source told PEOPLE that Disick made the decision after receiving an ultimatum from Kardashian about being able to see their kids: Mason, 5, Penelope, 3, and Reign, 10 months.

"He wants to make it stick this time because he has come close to losing everything," the source said.

Disick was spotted walking with a sober coach at Cliffside rehabilitation center in Malibu on Oct. 15.

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Th news that Disick had enter rehab came on the heels of Khloé Kardashian‘s ex Lamar Odom‘s hospitalization after being found unconscious in a Nevada brothel on Oct. 13. He regained consciousness on Oct. 16 after four days in a coma, and doctors found cocaine in his system.

Odom underwent surgery Thursday at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles. A source told PEOPLE the procedure required general anesthesia and is said to be connected to pneumonia.

The source added that Odom "is in a very fragile state" and "there are many concerns about his health."