Posts Tagged ‘ art censorship ’

Guantánamo Bay Art Show Causes Pentagon Policy Crackdown

January 2, 2018
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Guantánamo Bay Art Show Causes Pentagon Policy Crackdown

Since early October, an unassuming exhibit of 36 paintings, drawings, and sculptures has lined two beige hallways on the sixth floor of Haaren Hall, part of John Jay College of Criminal Justice’s campus. The catalog is photocopied and stapled together, available in a stack for any passerby. Students hurry through without looking up from their phones. There…

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San Francisco Artist Takes Matters Into His Own Hands After Being Censored

November 12, 2015
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San Francisco, California, artist and SF State associate professor Victor De La Rosa took matters into his own hands by hanging four woven tapestries at a Mission District station after Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) stalled for months to do so themselves over controversy surrounding the subject matter of one of the pieces. The collection,…

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