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Dutch artist’s Dog Shagging Robot definitely “spiritual art and not obscene”, says Paris’ Centre Pompidou director

  • By: Emma Alberta Webb
  • The Director of the Pompidou Centre, where the masterpiece now takes sanctuary like a relic fleeing the reformation, described it as a “funny” work of art that is “an obvious nod to the relationship of abstraction and figurative painting that co-exist in Dutch art in the 20th century. Spiritual yes, obscene no.”
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    Attempting modern art: “Hoochie Koochie”, a hypersexual challenge of whatever

  • By: Emma Alberta Webb
  • Somewhat detracting from the quality of my immersive experience, I missed the beginning of “Showpony” during which “a single dancer slowly sits on an audience member’s lap, one after the other- a lap dance, a pony show, and/or a dog show, so to speak”. In another room, the artist “explores the idea of sincerity and seriousness” in a work entitled “Bathing Suit” during which a “lone female performer ritualistically undresses”.
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