Luis Quiles' Controversial Artworks Make A Statement About Society

Luis Quiles' Controversial Artworks Make A Statement About Society

Controversies have always been the hiccups of a nation in the making as each speculation ingrains itself into the sweaty subconscious of dirty politics. Controversy is definitely not an alien concept to India, but controversial art is something our eyes and minds are still getting adjusted to.
Survival. Source: aplus.com
Slave Elsa. Source: aplus.com
Rebellin'. Source: aplus.com
"Like." Source: aplus.com
Lion. Source: aplus.com
Slaves. Source: aplus.com
The internet trolls. Source: aplus.com
Puppet. Source: aplus.com
Child victims. Source: aplus.com
Child abuse. Source: aplus.com
Religion. Source: aplus.com
Democracy. Source: aplus.com
Drugs. Source: aplus.com
Homophobia. Source: aplus.com
Social. Source: aplus.com
America. Source: aplus.com
Censorship. Source: aplus.com

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