The Vagina Scent Artists Returns With A Reprise Of That Courbet Painting (NSFW)

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By Priscilla Frank

In 1866, the realist painter Gustave Courbet shocked just about everyone with his close-up depiction of a lady’s genitalia. The art world’s most iconic vagina, titled “The Origin of the World,” has been censored time and time again, by parties ranging from rigid academics of the 19th century to the Facebook administrators of 2011. One thing is certain, vaginal visuals are, strangely enough, as taboo as ever.

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In October of this year, olfactory artist Peter de Cupere proved it’s not only the sight of a woman’s privates that will rile up a crowd. In a piece titled “The Deflowering,” de Cupere crafted a frozen statue of the Madonna, made from what he described as “holy water.” The statue was designed to melt, emitting in the process the organically and mysteriously obtained scent of lady parts.A woman’s vagina smells, in general, great,” the artist…

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One Response to The Vagina Scent Artists Returns With A Reprise Of That Courbet Painting (NSFW)

  1. Pingback: Luxembourgian Performance Artist Deborah de Robertis Exposes Her Vagina | Shades of Pink

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