When the director of the Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art, Jeffery Deitch, ordered the removal of a previously commissioned mural by artist Blu, it sparked a controversy. Opponents of the move called Deitch out for censoring the artwork, which seems sort of out of character for the director of a museum specializing in contemporary art. That controversy eventually led to the creation of the Red Sticker Campaign, in which anyone who orders a pack of red “approved” and “disapproved” stickers is encouraged to show their support (or lack there of) for public works of art. Oh, and just so you know, that obscene doodle you spray painted under the local bridge isn’t likely to get any “approved” stickers.

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