Wednesday, December 13, 2017
 

NYC’s Met Museum doesn’t bow down to censorship pressure


The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York has decided not to take down a Balthus painting of a young girl, Thérèse Dreaming (1938), that an online petition calls “sexually suggestive”.

It’s good to see that some art institutions are standing by artistic expression. More here.

 

 

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