Candour rarely heard in the art world – worth digesting and commenting on.
Why is it that when one sees articles like this, describing how the halls and salons of The Louvre are being filled with contemporary art, that the sensation is one of anger arising from a deep sense of injustice? We all know instinctively that much of the headline-making contemporary art we see is garbage, and sometimes quite literally so as shown in the photograph which accompanies this post. Unfortunately, few people have the courage to actually stand up and say so, and there are several possible reasons as to why.
One reason might be that many in contemporary Western society are brought up to believe that anyone can make good art, which is simply not true. It is one thing to encourage little Tracy to make a nice picture for Aunt Hilda with her fingerpaints. It is another to convince adult Tracy that she is a great artist, and…
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