Andres Serrano

‘Sex, bodies and the human condition’: MONA artistic director to curate racy group show in former Swiss porn cinema

Works by Nan Goldin and Andres Serrano will feature, as well as a site-specific installation made of cowhide leather by Chiharu Shiota

Censored? London premiere of Andres Serrano’s Capitol attack film pulled for being 'pro-Trump'

US artist says that Prince Charles Cinema has “misinterpreted” his work

Artist Andres Serrano debuts film placing Capitol attack footage in context of US’s violent history

Serrano’s debut film montages the footage created by Capitol attackers with earlier recordings, creating a portrait of a nation at war with itself

Donald Trump, the brand: a history of the real estate tycoon turned US president in 1,000 objects

Andres Serrano tells us about his multifaceted portrait of the US president in book form, created from his archive of memorabilia

Andres Serrano buys fake dollar bill showing Hillary Clinton behind bars

The signed novelty note will be included in the artist's upcoming Trump-themed show in New York


New culture war takes root in US as major news outlet censors art

Artists say they are under pressure to tone down their work after Associated Press removes images of controversial pieces


Censorship debate reignited as banned works go on show in American galleries

Display featuring 45 controversial artists takes on added resonance in wake of Charlie Hebdo attacks

Interview with Andres Serrano: Mining the seamy side for all it’s worth

After sacrilege and violent death the artist whom the moral majority (minority?) love to hate, is now into explicit sex


James Hall argues in defence of iconoclastic art

A response to critic Andrew Graham-Dixon’s opinions on the power of images as expounded in his current BBC tv series


Jane Kallir mounts timely investigation into censorship of modern art

Exhibition gives historical context to denunciation of Mapplethorpe and Serrano