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What Makes Art Controversial?

7 controversial artworks in modern art

Art is subjective. It can be transgressive and can spark controversies.

And that’s completely okay. Art is not to please everyone.

It is a medium to evoke emotions, transport you to another world, evolve your perspectives and challenge the status quo.

But when art romanticizes sensitive rhetoric like gun usage, adolescent sexuality, inflicting pain on others, or camouflaging all of this into an umbrella…

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Kamna Kirti

Kamna Kirti

Art enthusiast. I engage with art at a deep level. I also share insights about entrepreneurship, founders & nascent technologies. https://linktr.ee/kamnakirti

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