|提及的人：||Jacques Charlier; Jacques Charlier|
Jacques Charlier; Enrico Lunghi; Palais des beaux-arts (Brussels, Belgium),
|注意：||Press kit published in conjunction with an exhibition held during the Biennale di Venezia, 53rd (Venice), 7 June - 22 Nov. 2009.
Exhibition curated by Enrico Lunghi.
|描述：||1 portfolio (3 pieces) ; 31 cm + 1 CD-ROM (4 3/4 in.)|
|详述：||System requirements: computer with CD-ROM drive ; Adobe Reader or equivalent.|
|内容：||1a. "Censorship in Venice" (Paris, 28 May 2009. 1 page ; 21 cm.). 1b. Censured. Jacques Charlier : 100 sexes d'artistes. Curated by Enrico Lunghi. (4 unnumbered pages : color illustrations ; 58 x 42 cm., folded to 29 x 21 cm.). --
2. Jacques Charlier : 100 sexes d'artistes. Liege : Raymond Vervinckt, 2009. (1 volume (unpaged) : illustrations ; 12 cm.). --
3. Press Information: CD-ROM folder: Press Release. Free Venice. Does the Venice Biennale Seek Virgin or Castrated Artists? (English, Italian, French, German) (4 PDF files); Press contact (PDF); Documents: Biography (PDF), Catalogue (Text extracts) (PDF), Images and captions (JPG, DOC), Speech Minister (PDF).
|其他题名：||100 sexes d'artistes|
"The Belgian artist Jacques Charlier, whose exhibition "100 sexes d'artistes" (100 Artists' Genitals) was prohibited during the Venice Biennale, has taken his controversial show to the Palais des Beaux-Arts in Brussels. As Agence France-Presse reports, the exhibition features posters showing the imaginary caricatured genitalia of well-known artists, from Jeff Koons (deflated) to Christo (wrapped). The seventy-year-old Charlier was supposed to represent the Belgian francophone community in an "off" section of the Venice Biennale, but the show failed to obtain authorization, due to the sexual nature of the posters. "By censoring the project, the Biennale has prevented the public from being able to judge for itself," said a spokesperson for the Palais des Beaux-Arts. "The organization has taken on a denigrating attitude toward the artists concerned while limiting Jacques Charlier's artistic freedom." In Venice, the exhibition was finally shown on a boat that was docked on the Grand Canal. The Palais des Beaux-Arts is only the first stop in what promises to be a European tour, including stops at Namur and Anvers in Belgium, as well as Belgrade, Bergen, Linz, Luxembourg, and Metz. The show continues at the Palais des Beaux-Arts until September 13, with free entry."