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Controversial ‘Jesus Ants’ Art Goes Marching Again — on Bicoastal Tour

A crucifix in the video “A Fire in My Belly,” part of the ‘Hide/Seek’ exhibit at the Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery. The image shows Christ on the cross with ants crawling over his body and face. (CNSNews.com/Penny Starr) A controversial

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Gay Censorship, Political Pressure Sparks Controversy at Smithsonian

Source: LGBT Weekly Recent pressure to remove a controversial art work from the Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery exhibition “Hide/Seek: Difference and Desire in American Portraiture” has sparked a debate concerning the over-arching issues of free expression and artistic censorship in

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Censorship at Many Levels

Source: The Huffington Post – By Robert Glenn Ketchum     As a Los Angeles resident-artist of 63 years, I was glad to see articles in the LA Times about the controversy at the Smithsonian over the censorship-removal of David

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Recent Censorship Rewrites History, Music & Modern Art

Source: Pipe Dream – By Kathleen Rubino Censorship plays a crucial role in society; however, recently, censorship may seem to be going a bit too far. Classic novels are reworked to be more politically correct — songs by popular rock

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7 Things We Learned From G. Wayne Clough’s Post-Censorship PR Offensive

Source: Artinfo Yesterday, Smithsonian Institution secretary G. Wayne Clough finally broke the media silence that has followed the outcry over his decision to censor a work by David Wojnarowicz at the National Portrait Gallery, talking to reporters at the New

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National Coalition Against Censorship: Monthly Update – January 2011

  Monthly Update January 2011 Action, Advocacy, Education… In support of free expression.     Dawn Of A New Decade January, 2011, finds the National Coalition Against Censorship in new offices. We’ve relocated to 19 Fulton Street, Suite 407, NY,

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Museum Of Censored Art – Smithsonian Protesters Return with Permits

Source: The End of Being Last month, Michael Blasenstein and Michael Iacovone were detained and banned for life from any Smithsonian Institution facility, including the National Portrait Gallery, for showing David Wojnarowicz’s banned video “A Fire in my Belly” on

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Flaunting Censorship With a Screening of Fire in My Belly ARTS / Gallery 101 to Show Controversial Video

Source: Xtra By Noreen Fagan / Ottawa The banning of David Wojnarowicz’s short film A Fire in My Belly by the Simthsonian Institute set off a censorship boycott around the globe. Gallery 101 on Bank Street and The Village have

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Smithsonian: Just Put the Art Back

Source: The Huffington Post By Michael B. Keegan, President, People For the American Way The Smithsonian has made a mistake. The institution responsible for preserving and celebrating American history has chosen to selectively edit that history to appease the wishes

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