It is not often art exhibitions get vandalised on their opening night but Sexy Bitches was always going to offend some people.They say sex sells and so too it seems images of sexy women.All five of Gina Kiel's works have sold within days of the exhibition opening.“The aim of having an exhibition is always to get your work out there, but it's also to sell it,” says Ms KielBut not everyone's buying into the representations of women at Manky Chops gallery.Two women were so offended by the works they tagged “manky sexist” on the gallery's wall.Artist Slope says he doesn’t have to defend the gallery.“No apologies at all. It's not negative at all,” he says.“I though it was hilarious. It's good to offend some people, I suppose. Some people have got a low offence level.”Xoe Hall, another artist on display, even welcomes the strong reaction.“That was a bit of a stir, but that's kinda what I wanted my artwork to do. I wanted it to be exciting for everyone,” she says.The artists have one message to those who might take offence.“If they don't like it, they don't have to come to the show,” says Slope.The two male and two female artists in the exhibition say they are simply expressing their love of the female form.For those who do like sexy bitches, the exhibition is on at Manky Chops gallery until June 19.