Nothing attracts attention like censorship and this week we have the story of a Jenny Saville painting deemed inappropriate to be viewed by the public. The arbitrators of taste, being the supermarkets are refusing to display the album cover.
"The banned Manics sleeve proves that paint still has the power to shock" says Jonathan Jones in his article in the Guardian.co.uk
The Manics' James Dean Bradfield ... 'We just thought it was a beautiful painting'.
"Manic Street Preachers album cover censored by supermarkets"
to read the rest of Sean Michael's article go to the Guardian.co.uk