In the name of art, Madonna’s daughter Lola poses in simulated nude 30-person orgy at Miami’s Art Basel

In today’s society, where there’s no off switch, it’s getting harder and harder to draw attention to one’s self, but Madonna’s eldest daughter found her niche by posing with about 30 other semi-nude people mimicking an orgy.

All in the name of art, of course.

Lourdes “Lola” Leon, the 23-year-old half-Cuban daughter of the pop diva, appeared at the Art Basel festivities Friday at The Temple House in Miami Beach, taking part in a “performance” where she stripped down to a nude thong and pasties — and unshaved pits.

Titled “Love Different,” the performance was created under the artistic direction of Carlota Guerrero.

“A representation in which the Catalan artist affects the most basic and universal act of love: the kiss,” reads a caption on an Instagram post from Desigual, a Spanish clothing label. “Please share in this message of love, multiculturalism and diversity.”

 

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If you find it interesting that a clothing designer was plugging an artistic display with people wearing next to nothing, rest assured they started off wearing attire.

In Lola’s case, she was rocking a plunging tie-dye tank dress that featured a corseted bodice styled by Alicia Padrón, the Daily Mail reported.

Naturally, Lola could be found center stage in the sexually-charged performance — her waist-length raven locks were boosted with an even longer ponytail extension, according to the British tabloid.

 

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As for the “kiss,” it goes without saying that Lola would be kissing another female. Not that she’s about to overshadow her mother’s extensive repertoire of risque stunts.

 

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Needed a minute to process this one… Making love with other 30 beautiful souls -that are just clashing into one whole Being- is a dream come true. Feeling blessed. Thank you, @carlota_guerrero for materializing this bright and pure Garden of Eden. And @desigual for making it possible. And every single soul I’ve encountered along this short but very intense journey, thank you, love you. ❤️💫 Performing feels freaking amazing 🎢🌶

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But then, shocking the senses is what it’s all about… speaking of, recall the “artwork” of a banana duct-taped to the wall that reportedly sold for $120,000 to a French art collector?

Titled “Comedian,” the duct-taped banana was the work of Italian artist Maurizio Cattelan, and was part of Emmanuel Perrotin’s outer gallery wall at Art Basel, Fox News reported.

On Saturday, New York-based performance artist David Datuna walked up to the art display and ate the banana, which was very much real.

(Fittingly, given the circumstances, it turns out the banana was nailed to the wall.)

The performance by Datuna had a very staged feel to it, given the bevy of cameras at the ready.

“‘Hungry Artist’ Art performance by me 🙂 I love Maurizio Cattelan artwork and I really love this installation. It’s very delicious 🙂,” read the caption of a video Datuna posted on Instagram.

As for bizarre, Madonna recently had to cancel several tour dates due to health complications, and she posted a video on Instagram of her getting autohemotherapy rehab — a process that mixes a patient’s blood with ozone gas and pumps it back into their body via an intravenous drip.

Oh, and there are Tibetan bowls, singing, and meditation involved.

Madonna’s 7-year-old daughters Stelle and Estere were at her side as she underwent the medical procedure, according to OK! Magazine.

Tom Tillison

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