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THE DEBATE ON THE ALICE ROADS of the Royal Society of Arts has been dominated by the controversial decision to strip a sculpture of its status as a work of art in recognition of its sex appeal.
The artist involved, Richard Wright, said: “I am sorry but I feel it was a terrible and disproportionate decision to make – if it was a male he would have already done it but because of me it’s now got to be someone else.”
Artist’s impression of new sculpture in the Museum of Modern Art
Museum of Modern Art
But Mr Wright is opposed to the decision and said: “It was a mistake on my part to put my hand in the door of this exhibition. To deny art a status it should surely be entitled to.
“You can’t be an artist and not have the capacity for artistic expression.”
But critics have warned the move could d바카라amage the relationship between art and women and create a backlash for the entire industry.
Art museums are supposed to showcase a range of works that are believed to have a genuine and lasting impact on society.
They also try to address cultural issues within the art world and in particular cultural events in light of current issues in the culture.
The exhibition, which opens its final days this mon바카라사이트th at The MoMA, will show the work from a range of the major art museums including MoMA and Gagosian Gallery.
Mr Wright, who has been working on art in the UK for more than 15 years, was one of the five art museums to nominate The Joker as one of its finalists in an exhi더킹카지노bition in September.
The sculpture is being restored to the Museum of Modern Art as part of the UK’s $100m Art of Manhood project.
And in a move that was welcomed by female artists, Ms White, the Art Commissioner, said the new sculptural piece had attracted more than 120 submissions from 40 countries.
Ms White added: “We believe this is a very interesting piece of sculpture and we are hopeful it will be seen as it is by all artistic and artistic-related participants and the public.
“Our challenge is to encourage those artists to do that.”