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  • Performance art in particular, with its anti-narrative, taboo-breaking, sometimes dangerous, and often politically activist content and contextualization, brand 1970s performances as coming as close to establishing a dematerializing, alternative to the commodity-based artworld as any modern art movement has achieved.

    G. Roger Denson: You Say You Want a Revolution. Well You Know, Art Can Cure You of That

  • His taboo-breaking erotic songs and public drunken outbursts added a darker side to his reputation.

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  • Created by Kentaro Miura, Berserk is a runaway manga locomotive, a crashing colossus of teeth-rattling action, spine-chilling horror, and taboo-breaking humor that fires the boilers of its devoted devotees and just fires the rest.

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  • Performance art in particular, with its anti-narrative, taboo-breaking, sometimes dangerous, and often politically activist content and contextualization, brand 1970s performances as coming as close to establishing a dematerializing, alternative to the commodity-based artworld as any modern art movement has achieved.

    G. Roger Denson: You Say You Want a Revolution. Well You Know, Art Can Cure You of That

  • A deaf teenager, his insensitive brother, someone with Alzheimer's disease – there's plenty to offend if that's what you're in the market for, but it's all gong and no dinner: all taboo-breaking buildup, no actual joke.

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  • A scene in which he licks fresh blood off the polished white floor of a public lavatory is a taboo-breaking highlight that lingers in the mind.

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  • The result was renewed regime triumphalism, and for hard-liners a taboo-breaking boldness.

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  • "The latest chapter in a series of taboo-breaking television dramas, a two-part series shows Germans as victims of violence at the end of World War II and sparks controversy among Polish and German political leaders," reports Deutsche Welle.

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  • A taboo-breaking work is defamed and acclaimed The besieged National Endowment for the Arts is once again under assault.

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  • The classic Mines issue is probably August 1952, which published the taboo-breaking Philip Jose Farmer classic novel The Lovers.

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