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Friday AM Discussion Quotes – February 17, 2017

Friday AM Discussion Quotes – February 17, 2017

Who's Afraid of Modern Art? by Daniel Siedell Chapter 5, "The Art" (all quotes, unless otherwise indicated, are from the book) From the previous discussion: "In her description of her lecture, "Ending Things" at the Modern Art Museum in Fort Worth, O'Neill writes:...

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Friday AM Discussion Quotes – February 3, 2017

Friday AM Discussion Quotes – February 3, 2017

Who's Afraid of Modern Art? by Daniel Siedell Chapter 5, "The Art" (all quotes, unless otherwise indicated, are from the book) From a previous discussion: "Serrano's work has been characterized by the creation of beautiful images of the most repugnant and taboo...

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Quotes from Friday AM Discussion: January 13, 2017

Quotes from Friday AM Discussion: January 13, 2017

Who’s Afraid of Modern Art by Daniel Siedell Chptr 5, “The Art” (all quotes, unless otherwise indicated, are from the book) From a previous discussion: “…I think an artist should seek to be understood but on their own terms, not the terms of the other people viewing...

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Friday AM Discussion Quotes: December 16, 2016

Friday AM Discussion Quotes: December 16, 2016

 Who's Afraid of Modern Art? by Daniel Siedell Chapter 4, "The Artist" (all quotes, unless otherwise indicated, are from the book) From a previous discussion: "My art is self confession. Through it I seek to clarify my relationship to the world." Edvard Munch, quoted...

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Friday AM Discussion Quotes: November 4

Friday AM Discussion Quotes: November 4

Who’s Afraid of Modern Art by Daniel Siedell – Chapter 4, “The Artist” (all quotes, unless otherwise indicated, are from the book) Quote: “What is the relationship of the work of art to the artist? Is it simply the sum of the artist’s intentions – an aesthetic...

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Friday AM Discussion Quotes: October 21

Friday AM Discussion Quotes: October 21

Who’s Afraid of Modern Art by Daniel Siedell – Chapter 3, “The Art World” (all quotes, unless otherwise indicated, are from the book) From a previous discussion: “…the stakes in the art world are existentially high and therefore inherently theological: the institution...

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