Adverts with ‘photographs’ by UK artist Alison Jackson deemed to have broken law
Authorities in Estonia have ordered an art gallery to remove billboards showing mocked-up images of Donald Trump and Princess Diana by the British artist Alison Jackson.
A photograph of a Trump lookalike having sex with a fake Miss Mexico and a picture of Diana giving a middle-fingered salute were deemed to contravene local advertising laws. Tallinn’s Fotografiska gallery has been ordered to take down a billboard featuring the images that was advertising the exhibition. The ruling does not affect the display inside the gallery.