Lear, Vanden Heuvel, Gopnik, Bronson, Barrie and Keegan Discuss the Smithonian Censorship and the “New Culture Wars”

Earlier this month, PFAW held a panel discussion in New York to discuss the censorship of the Smithsonian’s Hide/Seek exhibit. PFAW founder Norman Lear, art critic Blake Gopnik, artist AA Bronson, PFAW president Michael Keegan, art museum director Dennis Barrie and journalist Katrina vanden Heuvel discussed the Smithsonian scandal and the return of the Right’s “culture wars.” You can watch videos of the discussion here:


A Fire in My Belly, AA Bronson, Anti-Gay, Art, Blake Gopnik, Censorship, culture wars, David Wojnarowicz, Dennis Barrie, Hide/Seek, Katrina vanden Huevel, Michael Keegan, National Portrait Gallery, Norman Lear, Smithsonian