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Cross eyed


The Privilege of Dominion by artist Paul Fryer, on display in a Marylebone church this autumn. His aim is to draw attention to the threats facing the gorilla species.


The Mojave cross, built on land recently acquired by the US government and boarded up while the Supreme Court decides whether to display it would contravene the first amendment right to freedom of religion.


Francisco de Zurbarán's The Crucifixion, currently on display at the National Gallery. Critics are claiming that the 17th-century sculptures, taken from Catholic churches in Spain, are as meritable as some of that country's finest religious paintings.


The artist Richard Bagguley stages a mock crucifixion on London's Oxford Circus. His aim was to photograph some genuine public reactions, which he will later paint.