Monday 23 April 2018
Contact US    |    Archive
abc.net.au
4 months ago

MONA s Walsh defends slaughter art show, says outrage good for business

David Walsh, millionaire founder of Tasmania s acclaimed Museum of Old and New Art, responds to the controversy surrounding an upcoming performance featuring a freshly slaughtered bull by saying outrage is good for business an

Read on the original site


هذه الصفحة هي مجرد قاریء تلقائي للأخبار باستخدام خدمة الـ RSS و بأن نشر هذه الأخبار هنا لاتعني تأییدها علی الإطلاق.

Anzac biscuit on rack

- abc.net.au

Breezes Muirhead sign

- abc.net.au

Linus Ninham s laptop

- abc.net.au

Christina Denton

- abc.net.au

Under scrutiny

- abc.net.au

Coffee extraction

- abc.net.au

Big Red Kidney Bus

- abc.net.au

Saudi Arabia v Kuwait

- espncricinfo.com

Bahrain v United Arab Emirates

- espncricinfo.com

Maldives v Qatar

- espncricinfo.com
Hashtags:   

MONA

 | 

Walsh

 | 

defends

 | 

slaughter

 | 

art

 | 

show

 | 

says

 | 

outrage

 | 

good

 | 

for

 | 

business

 | 
Christina Denton

Christina Denton

- abc.net.au
Most Popular (6 hours)

Linus Ninham s laptop

- abc.net.au

Breezes Muirhead sign

- abc.net.au

Most Popular (24 hours)

Linus Ninham s laptop

- abc.net.au

Breezes Muirhead sign

- abc.net.au

Bahrain v United Arab Emirates

- espncricinfo.com

Most Popular (a week)

ADF directive

- abc.net.au

Categories - Countries
All News
Australia