Some art is great but not all art is welcome!

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      Tim
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      Art Below presented an exhibition of 20 artists representations of the Passion of Christ in London’s St.Marylebone’s Parish Church for 40 days, in support of the Missing Tom Fund. The works were also on display to the public on billboard spaces across major London Underground Stations.

      Artists included:
      JOHAN ANDERSSON, HARRY CARDROSS, RICARDO CINALLI,CHRIS CLACK, MAT COLLISHAW, HUGO DALTON, ZAVIER ELLIS,
      NANCY FOUTS, PAUL FRYER, ALEX GENE MORRISON, SEBASTIAN HORSLEY, ALISON JACKSON, WOLFE LENKIEWICZ,
      MC LLAMAS, ANTONY MICALLEF, BEN MOORE, POLLY MORGAN, GAVIN NOLAN, VIKTOR SCHROEDER, BRAN SYMONDSON, JAMES VAULKHARD

      For more information on the exhibition please see: http://www.artbelow.org.uk/ab/Home.action

      However not all art submitted for the exhibition was included and a Pop Idol painting of Jesus failed to get Transport for London’s vote. The artist described the decision to veto his image of a bound Jesus being judged by an X-Factor-style jury as censorship.

      You can read the full article in the Guardian online here:
      http://www.theguardian.com/artanddesign/2014/mar/28/pop-idol-painting-jesus-london-tube-anthony-micallef-kill-your-idol

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