Thursday, January 13, 2011

Museum of Censored Art opens outside the portrait gallery

We previously posted about the Smithsonian's Portrait Gallery removing some artwork after outcry.  The art was anti-religious in nature.

Well that work is on display again, albeit not at the Portrait Gallery.  But not far, either.

Saddled up to the curb outside of the portrait gallery, much like a food truck (the Sauca truck is just a few spots away), is the Museum of Censored Art.

The museum is in an unheated trailer showing the works of art that have been banned from the Smithsonian's gallery.

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