Steven Cohen

Paris court finds SA artist guilty of exhibitionism

Artist Steven Cohen has been found guilty of exhibitionism after a performance in Paris that saw him dance with a rooster tied to his penis.

The 11 most extreme pieces of performance art

Russia's Pyotr Pavlensky's nailing of his scrotum to Red Square isn't as unique as you might think: some have done much more in the name of art.

Ruffled feathers: SA artist Cohen arrested in Paris

Wearing a bird costume, South African performance artist Steven Cohen was arrested for sexual exhibitionism, says a report.

Take two: Cohen truncated

His performance in Grahamstown has been given a second airing in a more limited and profound form.

The evolution of love

Anthea Buys was surprised that only two audience members walked out of the opening performance of Steven Cohen's Cradle of Humankind.

Charting software’s changes

Desktop financial software is here to stay -- for the moment, writes <b>Greg Gordon</b>.

Steven Cohen’s bitter, tender lament

Steven Cohen's recent exhibition in Paris, <em>Golgotha</em>, reaches way beyond cheap notions of the skull as conceptually sexy.

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