The infamous "Donald Trump with a Micropenis" portrait, created by artist and Bay Area native Ashley "Illma" Gore, went on display at a gallery in London last week after she was unable to find a gallery in the U.S. to exhibit it.
Gore, who is based in Los Angeles but grew up in San Francisco and Australia, created the portrait titled "Make America Great Again" back in February of this year. She posted a picture of it on Facebook and it ended up being shared 50 million times in three days. It also led to her being banned from Facebook and eBay, as well as being harassed and threatened online.
Apparently she's been allowed back on Facebook because on April 9 she posted a news report from ITV London discussing how her piece is on display at the Maddox Gallery in London's Mayfair area for the next two weeks.
"They reached out to me, despite all the controversy, and said, 'We'd love to show it in London,' which was a relief to me," Gore told ITV London.
Questions about when Gore's Facebook ban was lifted have not yet been returned.