Piss Christ by Andres Serrano, photograph, It is perhaps the most controversial work of art in America. My mother has gotten upset, as it's been in the news again, and asked me to write about it and its significance, if it has any. Of course it does, and I think it's a very important work of art. I say this as a Christian, someone continuously trying to live up to the teachings and commands of Jesus Christ, because, I have to be honest with you, when I look at Andres Serrano's Piss Christ , I see what I do to the Cross every time I sin.
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Read the highlights from the short documentary titled, "Painting The Impossible". A moving video of Akiane Kramarik's story about her personal journey beginning with the painting, Prince of Peace, as seen in Heaven is for Real through the completion of her newest portrait of Christ, simply titled, JESUS, posted at the bottom of this page. Akiane Kramarik describes her purpose in life as God's Divine Commissions - visions given to her to painting. Paintings and visual messages that are meant to help others see and feel the love of God through a relationship with Jesus Christ. Akiane Kramarik is a gifted, visionary journalist who has been reporting her visions and messages from heaven since she was eight years old by using a paintbrush and canvas instead of paper and pen — Breaking News and messages from above.
In , the 60x40in red and yellow photograph of a crucifix plunged into a vat of Serrano's urine ignited a congressional debate on US public arts funding; in France last year, it was physically attacked. In midtown Manhattan on Thursday night, a small group of Catholics opposed to the work gathered outside the Edward Tyler Nahem gallery, where the exhibition opened. Some Christians find the work deeply offensive. Anger towards the photograph hit a pinnacle on Palm Sunday when French Catholic fundamentalists attacked and destroyed the photograph with hammers. Serrano's photograph of a meditating nun was also damaged in the attack.
One gestures in faint surprise; somebody has captured their attention. The fact is, a river of piss runs through art history. For centuries, painters and sculptors have depicted the act of urination. Men piss. Women piss.