WHEN ART CROSSES THE LINE
This portrait, painted by Jim Carrey, (presumably of White House Spokesperson Sarah Sanders) is going viral after catching a wave of criticism from media and voters on the conservative side of the aisle.
What are your thoughts on this portrait? Does it cross the line? How do we treat art that pushes the boundaries? What is 'too far'? Is this one an example?
What about Kathy Griffin's over the top photoshop of the President?
What should society do with art deemed to cross the line? Ban it? Keep it away from the eyes of children? What is to be done with artists that give offense?
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