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Mickey Mouse Collage Twice Claimed Extremist
22.12.2011 12:51
Mickey Mouse Collage Twice Claimed Extremist

Zhukovsky District Court of the Kaluga Region has declared Alexander Savko's collage Sermon on the Mount to be an extremist material.
      The picture is a fantasy based on the well-known iconographic scene, but with Mickey Mouse taking the place of Jesus Christ.
      The collage is a part of the cycle Mickey Mouses Journey in History. It was displayed at the scandalous exhibition Forbidden Art, the participants of which were accused of igniting hatred and humiliating human dignity; they had to pay penalty for their art.
      Sermon on the Mount collage was recognized as an extremist material by the town court of Tarusa, however later the Zhukovsky District Court cancelled that decision. However today the Zhukovsky District Court of the Kaluga Region has changed its opinion again, informs.
Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Orthodox Church Mickey Mouse Jesus Christ Censorship Extremism 

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