There has been much fuss about the British artist Damien Hirst, infamous for putting cattle in formaldehyde and calling it artwork. But Hirst’s iconoclasm is nothing compared to the Czech pseudoartist David Černý, who specialises in offending as many people as possible. In this respect, he’s highly successful; he makes me feel shame for being from the same country.
The artist was not himself when creating this for the London Olympics. That was the one time he didn’t offend anyone.
When we finally got accepted in the EU, we paid back by a scathing satire on its nations’ stereotypes.
Because it’s perfectly normal to put ejaculating statues on top on one’s National Theatre.
Is it even physically possible to urinate and masturbate at the same time?
That’s admittedly most people’s opinion about current politics.
The patron saint of Bohemia sitting on the wrong part of the horse.