Issue 18:3 | September 1998 | Art, Pornography & Censorship
Art, Pornography & Censorship
Guest editor: Dr Robert Crocker. The conflicts created by centuries of suppression and the demonisation of sex and sensuality are a heavy burden for all of us in the West, whatever our views on pornography or censorship. Explores the 'sex effect' in contemporary art. Is the freedom of the art world under threat from creeping conservatism? The laws of censorship and self-censorship, court cases, community standards and 'family values', photography the Warhol time capsules, feminist positions.