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In an eerie echo of the controversial Bill Henson case in Australia, British police have forced the Tate Modern gallery to withdraw a controversial work depicting a nude Brooke Shields amid concerns it could be deemed child pornography. The photo was originally taken by Garry Gross, a U. It was while training dogs that he became interested in photographing them and soon grew interested in the plight of senior dogs, his sister said. That is never art," said Michelle Elliot, founder of Kidscape, who was concerned that the photograph might attract pedophiles. I don't feel as if I made any mistakes, but I do feel that I have hurt her, without intention. Winter dumps 18 inches of snow on Mid-Atlantic states; more storms ahead. Seizure Led to FloJo's Death.
Nude Image of Brooke Shields Removed From British Museum - ABC News
Tap here to turn on desktop notifications to get the news sent straight to you. Born in New York, Gross began his career as a commercial photographer, apprenticing with photographers Francesco Scavullo and James Moore and studying with master photographers Lisette Model and Richard Avedon. It's astonishing to think that, despite all the feverish adoration and notoriety, she never once went off the rails. Officers from the Metropolitan Police attended the gallery on Wednesday. Gross was the photographer of a controversial set of nude images taken in of a then ten-year-old Brooke Shields with the consent of her mother, Teri Shields , for the Playboy publication Sugar 'n' Spice. In , Gordon claimed that before the assassination he was twice approached by a business-suited CIA or Secret Service agent who demanded that he move from behind the picket fence of the Dealey Plaza grassy knoll. The entire issue was covered in two separate episodes of South Park, which is notorious for depictions of Jesus.