Hot Slut Of The Day!

October 4, 2017 / Posted by:

The fucking buildings that are too hot for the Louvre! 

When it comes to HIGH ART, I thought nearly anything goes at a museum. I mean, museums and galleries have let the likes of Shia LaBeouf and James Franco pretty much jack themselves off repeatedly in the name of art. But the Louvre drew the line of decency at a sculpture of one house boning another house doggy style. I know, those disgusting home-ophobes at the Louvre!

The New York Times says that the fucking buildings were supposed to make their debut in the Louvre’s Tuileries Gardens as part of a public art program called Hors les Murs. Now, I only took one semester of French in high school, and I practically le flunked, but I’m pretty sure Hors les Murs translates to “whore lemurs” in English. I don’t know what whore lemurs have to do with fucking buildings, but I’m not the art expert here.

The piece titled Domestikator comes from dutch art collective Atelier Van Lieshout and they heard from the Louvre that three committees labeled their sculpture as too “explicit” and refused to show it. The Louvre also let out a “hmmmm” over the 40-foot piece being near a children’s playground. How do you say THINK OF THE CHILDREN in French?

Joep van Lieshout, the founder of Atelier Van Lieshout, said that their piece doesn’t have dicks or pussies or anything, so he’s not sure why the Louvre thinks it’s too raunchy for public eyes.

“This is something that should not happen. A museum should be an open place for communication. The task of the museum and the press is to explain the work. The piece itself, it’s not really very explicit. It’s a very abstracted shape. There are no genitals; it’s pretty innocent.”

Carpenters Workshop, the gallery in London who represents Atelier Van Lieshout, spit out a stream of arty bullshit when they said that the piece “symbolizes the power of humanity over the world and its hypocritical approach to nature.

Art bitch, please. That shit symbolizes two horny building going at it and making a tiny house. Yes, that’s how tiny houses are made.

I can’t defend those prudes at the Louvre for hating on building-on-building love, but I kind of understand why they rejected it. If I was strolling through Tuileries Gardens and saw that action, I’d immediately ask for my money back. My reason for a refund would be that I felt personally attacked by that piece since it reminds me that everyone other than me, even buildings, are getting dick.

Pic: Atelier Van Lieshout via @B_Abstract

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