Once again, it’s been a long time since I posted anything. Life, as always, gets in the way, and I’m now hopefully in a slightly more stable and predictable situation where I can focus on my artwork. 225 more words
Tags » Art Censorship
Ok, we’re super late to this travesty, but check it out: the City of New York is asking an African-American artist to make his work more digestible for the Boho billionaire wives club crowd that likes to do yoga in the greenway along the Hudson River on the west side. 649 more words
A politically charged art installation in Hong Kong has been cancelled amid allegations the artists misled the curator and a public arts council.
The work counted down the time until the “basic law,” which makes the city a “special administrative region,” with some independence from mainland China, expires, in 2047. 282 more words
Updated: An exhibition in Tel Aviv honoring the victims of the January 7, 2015 attacks on French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo and featuring imagery of the Prophet Muhammad was allegedly censored, according to news reports. 452 more words
I was made to think quite hard yesterday when I was reading an article about the 72 year old artist Graham Overden.
Overden is a quality artist who has work displayed in the Tate and other galleries. 529 more words