After employee complaints about nudity, exhibit pulled from gallery located in Norfolk business | Southside Daily (via Southside Daily)


The art exhibit had been in the works for more than a year when Alison Stinely was abruptly told her paintings needed to be removed from a Norfolk gallery.

The 32-year-old figure painter and assistant professor of painting at Old Dominion University spent three years creating 14 pieces that were scheduled to be shown in the Transit Gallery, an art space opened in October 2015 inside of a Hampton Roads Transit building located at 590 E. 18th Street in Norfolk.

Continue read source: https://southsidedaily.com/latest-news/2018/01/17/after-employee-complaints-art-exhibit-abruptly-pulled-from-gallery-located-in-norfolk-business-nws/

curator’s note Truly sad state of affairs artistic non sexual nudity causing offense.

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