MAC Lyon stresses that no birds were harmed when the artist made the work, which in fact denounces the mistreatment of animals. The post After a Social Media Outcry, Adel Abdessemed’s Video of Flaming Chickens Is Withdrawn From a French Exhibition appeared first on artnet News .
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