Philosophy with Onbester

"The fate of artists and of art itself is in the hands of too few persons, who share kindred tastes and cultish dogma," says <strong>Jonathan Meades.</strong> It is a cult of "puritanical, po-faced, censorious nothingness"

"The fate of artists and of art itself is in the hands of too few persons, who share kindred tastes and cultish dogma," says Jonathan Meades. It is a cult of "puritanical, po-faced, censorious nothingness"Continue reading . . . News source: Arts & Letters Daily Full article:"The fate of artists and of art itself is in the hands of too few persons, who share kindred tastes and cultish dogma," says <strong>Jonathan Meades.</strong> It is a cult of "puritanical, po-faced, Read more [...]
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