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* 1. In 2016, the Dunedin Public Art Gallery worked with artist Kushana Bush on a major exhibition and accompanying publication. The title of this was ‘The Burning …’

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* 2. John Singer Sargent created a major uproar when he exhibited his "Portrait of Madame X" at the Paris Salon in 1884. What detail in the painting caused the most controversy?

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* 3. Artemisia Gentileschi was was one of the greatest artists of the baroque age. Yet her painting 'Judith Slaying Holofernes', commissioned by Cosimo II de’ Medici, the Grand Duke of Tuscany, was kept hidden from view by him. Why?

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* 4. What was the title of a major exhibition of Ralph Hotere’s work that toured New Zealand in 2000?

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* 5. Piet Mondrian is regarded as one of the greatest artists of the 20th century. In what year did fashion designer Yves Saint Laurent present a collection of Mondrian-inspired dresses?

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* 6. When the Spanish government placed a work by Francisco Goya on a postage stamp in 1930, the United States Post Office refused to accept mail franked with the image. Which of his paintings, which today hangs in the Prado, created such a fuss?

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* 7. David Cerny's work "Shark" is a life sized replica of which dictator floating in a vat of formaldehyde?

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* 8. In 1996, a statue of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip by artist Greg Taylor was displayed for a short period of time on the shore of Lake Burley Griffin in Canberra, Australia. What was controversial about this work?

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* 9. For many decades, Dunedin Public Art Gallery held the only artwork by Claude Monet in a New Zealand public collection. In 2016, another New Zealand Gallery acquired a work by this artist on long term loan. Which Gallery?

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* 10. Where was artist Frances Hodgkins buried?

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