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British exhibition Beckham was crucified oil paintings, by popular protest

in Oil painting Mon May 13, 2013 3:03 pm
by binglaner • 22 Posts

British exhibition Beckham was crucified oil paintings, by popular protest

According to England "daily post" reported on the 17th, the city of Kent, ford, John kotter gallery recently unveiled a controversial image of the painting. The name of the painting is "Listen to me, don't Listen to others" (Listen? To? Me? And? Not? To? Them), the painting is "lady" Beckham was crucified. Painting was accused and contested. British police have stepped in, the author of this painting John kotter (Johnny Cotter?) launched a probe.

In this painting, David Beckham, dressed in oil painting a red long-sleeved England football shirts around a piece of cloth around his waist, head wearing the crown wholesale oil painting of thorns and the feet and hands nailed to the nail, the outflow of blood. His feet to oil painting reproductions the golden cup trophy and remy.

The painter said, there are two policemen oil painting came to understand his situation, because there have been protests against the painting hurt their feelings, the police want to Kurt picked up drawing. Walcott says he created this oil painting not against Christianity, just want to arouse people's portrait painting thinking, the 21st century, the people who should worship? He chose David Beckham, because David is the world's most fans of the idol, has a broad appeal.
While walcott has agreed to remove the painting from the gallery, but he does not admit this painting is a kind of offense. He thinks that the painting should be a trigger for modern art.

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