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WHEN Mark DelVecchio, 39, a Shelton parent, asked the school transportation department to change his daughter's bus route earlier this year so she would not have to pass a foot high replica of Michelangelo's ''David'' at a corporate office park, it sparked a debate in town that resulted in Mr. DelVecchio fielding phone calls from incredulous neighbors and national television news stations. The statue was never moved, but the bus route was, although the town said it had nothing to do with the controversy.
Many different statues, paintings and drawings exhibit the human being in it's rawest form. Being naked or being nude. Nudity and nakedness may seem like the same thing, but they can have very different meanings and looks.
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Another landmark event was the launch of "Vienna's Workshops" with the goal of extending the concept of art to the field of handicraft. Art was supposed to be affordable for everyone and a craftsman was supposed to be equal to an artist. Therefore, the field of handicrafts was required to manufacture artistically valuable objects by using the latest technologies and high-quality materials.
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When the British Museum opens its blockbuster exhibition of Greek sculpture this spring, curators believe visitors may have one burning question. While the neighbouring Egyptian and Assyrian galleries are filled with fully clothed gods and mortals, the ancient Greeks chose to depict the human body in its natural state. Elgin Marbles: British Museum loan 'an affront' to Greek people.
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Images of the Venus of Willendorf figurine was banned on Facebook. A museum in Vienna has attacked Facebook for banning a woman from posting a photo of a 29,year-old figurine of a naked woman. Laura Ghianda, an activist who tried to post a photo of the Venus of Willendorf on the platform last year, said she was banned from doing so because it violated the company's nudity policies.