Showing contentious art in MeToo times

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Picasso's The Vollard Suite is a good example how art museums need to address their responsibility when showing explicit artwork in contemporary times.

Pablo Picasso, Minotaure caressant une dormeuse. [Minotaur caressing a sleeping woman.], from the Vollard Suite (93), 18 June 1933, plate reworked probably at the end of 1934, drypoint; Purchased 1984, National Gallery of Australia, Canberra.

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