One of the most controversial artists of the 1960s was not Phil Bloom or Yayoi Kusama, but Nol Kroes. He made beautiful drawings of him and his wife making love, and of his wife giving birth to their son. In the 1960s, eroticism was still reserved for male artists. So when a horrified mother saw Kroes's works and informed the police, the exhibition was closed, only to reopen later to visitors over 18. In the subsequent exhibition, Kroes' work was confiscated by the police. Kusama's objects covered in phalluses were tolerated by the police, as it was unclear whether they were penises or pistils of flowers. The work of Nolde will be included in the show about Kusama's Dutch Years, opening on 23 September. Due to known reasons, Facebook and other social media can not show the confiscated artworks; for more than 50 years nothing has changed!