Inthe 60x40in red and yellow photograph of a crucifix plunged into a vat of Serrano's urine ignited a congressional debate on US public arts funding; in France last year, it was physically attacked. In midtown Manhattan on Thursday night, a small group of Catholics opposed to the work gathered outside the Edward Tyler Nahem gallery, where the exhibition opened. Some Christians find the work deeply offensive.
Look, we're playing Reading and Leeds Festivalsssss. September Festival fun. Very very excited to be playing Brave Exhibitions Festival again this year with a whole bunch of cutiepies!
I know a lot of artists, performers, galleries, event producers and so on use Facebook ads to reach wider audiences — I certainly do for our events in the gallery, such as exhibition openings and workshops. Ridiculous targeting, like all women in Australia agedor every single person in the Blue Mountains, with no differentiation between age, gender or preferences. One of the best things about Facebook advertising is the ability to target to your specific niche audience, so why are these advertisers paying to waste that opportunity and piss people off in the process?
Art cannot be used to show the validity of Christianity; it should rather be the reverse. Hans Rookmaaker. County Museum.
Photo: Cassils with Robin Black. The exhibition includes monuments made from precious metals and bodily waste, visceral sound and video installations, photographs and live performance. The centerpiece is PISSEDa minimalist glass cube containing gallons of urine: a collection of all the liquid the artist has passed since the Trump administration rescinded an Obama-era executive order allowing transgender students to use the bathroom matching their chosen gender identities.
My subconscious has melted away and seems to have been replaced by the muted, jangled chorus of my microbiome. I expect it is widespread and that our microbiomes are battling with our subconsciouses for supremacy. There is no battle in me, though.
I mean, we have to stick together because we have strength in numbers, and we will thrive better in community over competition. Now more than ever, I think we need to put our minds together collectively and form an alliance of market disrupters to take antiquated ideas, such as juried exhibitions, and turn them on end. Let me explain
It depicts a small plastic crucifix submerged in a small glass tank of the artist's urine. The piece was a winner of the Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art 's "Awards in the Visual Arts" competition,  which was sponsored in part by the National Endowment for the Artsa United States Government agency that offers support and funding for artistic projects. The work generated a large amount of controversy based on assertions that it was blasphemous.
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