Among Serra’s more famous pieces is a simple litho crayon drawing depicting an Abu Ghraib prisoner; the caption reads “Stop Bush.” The drawing was shown at the 2006 Whitney Biennial (and featured on the exhibit’s poster). Another anti-Bush work is Serra’s variation of Goya’s graphic Saturn Devouring His Son with George W’s head replacing Saturn’s.
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