Here's a link to an article--Fairy Tales, but Strictly Adults-Only by Carol Kino--from The New York Times about Paul McCarthy's new "White Snow" exhibit. Be warned that the content is adults-only, albeit it is still media friendly since this is a newspaper article. Still the descriptions may be disturbing to some and I'm including this link as news. The following excerpt will give you an idea of what is described.
Then there were the drawings on the walls: storyboardlike groupings that play off the fairy tale “Snow White,” they are sexual and scatological, to be sure, but also gorgeously made, as though the ribald, pop-culture-obsessed provocateur had suddenly revealed himself to be an old master. Mr. McCarthy, although he is said to dislike interviews, proved to be surprisingly voluble about the works.
Not my taste in art--I'm not much for shock art and the feelings it portrays and incites--but after some personal debate I am linking here to show that once again fairy tales appear in many places.