The work of the US photographer Jock Sturges has sparked another debate recently. The latest exhibition by Jock Sturges in Moscow entitled Absence of Shame has been closed down after some protesters blocked the venue of the show accusing him of shooting child pornography. Earlier, another man has managed to get inside the building and spray several works with a mixture of urine and acetone. After several incidents with Russian Orthodox believers and nationalists, the gallery has decided to close the exhibition. The work of the acclaimed American artist has been marked as taboo numerous times.
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Jock Sturges is the Artist of the Week After His Photos Cause a Protest in Moscow
Jock Sturges | Seraphin Gallery | Contemporary Art | Philadelphia
When talking about nudes, one cannot but mention Jock Sturges photos somewhere in the conversation. The New York-born, American photographer and his works have been marked as taboo numerous times, mostly due to the fact that he often depicts nude adolescents and their families. This Marlboro College graduate has received an MFA in photography from the prestigious San Francisco Art Institute, and his career is the one surrounded by controversy. One of the most debatable issues about his oeuvre is the choice of subjects that occupy his photographs, the aforementioned nude adolescents who primarily live in communes in Northern California and the naturist resort on the Atlantic coast called CHM Montalivet in France.
Photographer Jock Sturges defends his pictures of nude children as artful expressions of innocence. Postal Service, which is investigating whether the books were shipped by mail. The Christian group, Focus on the Family, has mounted a radio campaign seeking a ban on books by Sturges, who has done two other books featuring nude photos of children. The American Civil Liberties Union is backing him up.