Rude bits included
A QUICK reminder: don't miss the Phallic Contemporary Art Exhibition at the Fringe Studio July 26 - 31.
If ever an art exhibition was relevant and meaningful, this is it. In response to Elizabeth Frink's New Man sculpture being banned from public display in Hong Kong, the show promises to 'challenge the taboos of sexuality and erotica in our society'.
Or to put it more simply some 30 artists will be reproducing their own or other people's dangly bits in photography, mixed media installations and painting. Art or obscene articles? BYO fig leaf if you must but don't let a bunch of anonymous geriatrics decide for you.