AFP 2012-08-08 22:24:40 -
(FILES) This photo taken on February 13, 2012, shows an employee posing next to a 1932 painting by Spanish artist Pablo Picasso entitled 'Nude Woman in a Red Armchair' during the press preview of the 'Picasso and Modern British Art' exhibition at the Tate gallery in London. Edinburgh Airport was forced on August 8, 2012, to backtrack on its decision to cover a poster of a famous Picasso nude, which some passengers had deemed too risque. The poster hanging at the airport's terminal, featuring the Spanish master's curvaceous "Nude Woman In a Red Armchair", was promoting an exhibition at the Scottish Museum of Modern Art. The airport covered it with white vinyl the day before after saying it had received several complaints from passengers. But it was forced to put it back on display a day later after the move sparked a volley of online criticism and was branded "bizarre" by the gallery. AFP PHOTO / CARL COURT
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