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"In August 2003, an art exhibit entitled Caution: Religion opened at Moscows Sakharov Museum.
Among the featured artworks was a Russian Orthodox-style icon with a hole instead of a head, where visitors could put their faces and picture themselves as the Almighty.
There was also a Coca-Cola logo against the usual red background, but with Jesus' face drawn next to it and the words, This is my blood. A sculpture was featured of a church made from vodka bottles.
Four days after its opening, the exhibit was vandalized by six men. The group was detained and charged with hooliganism, but after a publicity campaign conducted by a Russian Orthodox priest, the charges were dropped. According to Kishkovsky, the vandals themselves were members of the Orthodox Church."