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Sex Shouldn't Be a Crime

Sex Shouldn't Be a Crime is a series of artworks created by Clandestine Culture[1] in 2013, and exhibited for the first time in 2014 in the Clandestine Culture second solo show at the Gregg Shienbaum Fine Art Gallery.[2] The word touches on topics like human sexuality and prostitution.[3] The artist is known for his strong social criticism and portrayal of taboo subjects, often in a disturbing or controversial way.[citation needed]

Sex Shouldn't be a Crime
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Sex Shouldn't be a Crime by Clandestine Culture, window view gallery
Artist Clandestine Culture
Year 2013
Type Installation
Medium Neon,Metal and Paint
Subject Legal prostitution, Human sexuality
Location Miami,Florida

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Clavijo, Raiza (2012). "CLANDESTINE CULTURE: Between Street Art and Social Activism". 
  2. ^ De jesus, Carlos Suarez (2014). "Second Saturday Art Walk Guide: May's Best Gallery Shows". Miami New Times. 
  3. ^ De jesus, Carlos Suarez (2014). "Second Saturday Art Walk Guide: May's Best Gallery Shows". Miami New Times. 

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