Are there or should there be exceptions?

Choose a contemporary controversial artwork dating after 1980 or the late 20th-century-21st.  Controversial art can be defined as artwork that is so shocking that the public tried to have it removed from public view and sued the artist. The controversial artwork offends the public’s values in terms of legal copyrights, religion, sex, profanity, politics, moral values, racism, artistic merit, etc.
1)Explain its significance, and why the public rejected it. 
2) What was the artist’s intent or message?  
3) What is the artwork’s merit or relevance for contemporary art today?
4) Censor pornography, defamation and obscenities (which are illegal within a college classroom) with black strips.
5) Is controversial art an important part of our modern society?  Is it essential to uphold the Constitution’s First Amendment rightto freedom of speech?  Are there or should there be exceptions?
6) Was there litigation against the artist? Was the artist forced to remove the artwork? Who complained about the artwork and why?
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