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The Therapy Sessions
Wednesday, May 21, 2003
 
More evidence that modern art has degenerated into silliness.

When "anything can be art" (a favorite pithy saying from the art flakes), art, it stands to reason, can be anything.

And anything - like most art today - is usually mundane.

It has to be spiced up somehow - violent political diatribes, desecration of religious symbols, new uses for human excrement...something to make it shocking.

Artists complain that their work is being marginalized. Um, yeah.....Like I am going to take my son to see this exhibit in a museum:



I don’t get it, nor do I care to.

(Thanks to SHARKBLOG)





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