Newsclip®: [Entertainment] Painting at Virginia Museum of Contemporary Art Stirs Controversy - ArtfixDaily News Feed

"Two members of the Virginia Beach Arts and Humanities Commission are reportedly offended by an artwork in an exhibition at the Virginia Museum of Contemporary Art and have threatened to withdraw public funds from the museum over its display. 'Rosie's Tea Party,' by artist Mark Ryden, depicts a young girl dressed for her First Communion slicing up a ham labeled 'Mystici Corporis Christi,' which is Latin for 'mystical body of Christ.' Party-goers, including a bunny, sit around a table with a ...",

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