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Censorship and Controversy in Contemporary Art
(Released June 2002)

 
  by Sara Harrison  

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Choose a Category Hans Haacke Andres Serrano Turner Prize

Tracey Emin

  Jake & Dinos
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Damien Hirst Saatchi
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  Marcus Harvey Chris Ofili
  1. Art on the nose: bestiality, blasphemy, publicity
    Like (Australia), no. 5, Summer 1997-Autumn 1998, pp. 8-9

  2. Does blasphemy exist?
    Art Monthly Australia (Australia), no. 106, Dec. 1997-Feb. 1998, pp. 7-8

  3. On piss
    Art Monthly Australia (Australia), no. 106, Dec. 1997-Feb. 1998, pp. 4-6, 4 illus.

  4. Art, trash and religion: the Serrano affair revisited; Urinating to windward
    Artlink (Australia), vol. 18, no. 1, March 1998, pp. 11-16, 4 illus.

  5. Andres Serrano: talking with Judith Ahern
    Photofile (Australia), no. 53, April 1998, pp. 8-13, 3 illus.

  6. A passion play: Serrano in Melbourne
    Photofile (Australia), no. 53, April 1998, pp. 4-7, 2 illus.

  7. Sacrilege and the sacred
    Visual Arts and Culture (Australia), vol. 1, no. 2, 1999, pp. 230-43

  8. L'arte dello scandalo [The art of scandal]
    Arte (Italy), no. 335, July 2001, pp. 126-7, 129-30, (5 colour)