Correctness, an excuse to remove paintings in museums?
The Manchester Art Gallery has decided to take down the painting "Hylas and the Nymphs," painted in 1869 by British artist John William Waterhouse in the 19th century. The painting showing seductive naked naiads, to launch a debate on sexism. The museum invited visitors to write their opinion on women's representation in the Victorian era, either as a decorative passive form or as femme fatale to make works of art speak in a more contemporary and relevant way. Instead, visit