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November 30, 2010

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Jack

David would probably love the fact that his work is still so controversial so many years after his death. RIP.

solitasolano

Giving into the heteronormative religious right. So what else is new.

Larry-bob

Back in the late 1980s again... just re-read Karen Finley's piece "It Was Only Art" from the High Risk anthology this morning, and it's still timely.

Daniel Curzon

What really should be removed from museums are the blatant propagnda pieces for the Catholic relgion: the sacrified scapegoat God named Jesus (how creepy!), the endless Madonna and Child pictures (celebrating unwed motherhood), martyrs exulting in their torture (and the Folsom Street fair is supposed to be bad?)

Louis Vuitton Handbag

Now the NPG, and the Smithsonian Institution it is part of, look set to come off as cowards
i feel no words...

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