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  • Re: Why is modern art so bad?

    Kingston said:
    And now Hitler art is something the beginners and journeymen of our forum are supposed to see as a goal on the path to the 'purity of realism'.
    That's your assertion, sir.

    Kingston said:
    The despots and tyrants were the people who set the standards for what art was to be acceptable before the modern revolution in the mid 1800.
    So the Renaissance never happened, then? Or was it also standardised by despots and tyrants like... Lorenzo de Medici?

    Kingston said:
    Modernity means that we do not have to work based on absurd standards and protocols of idiots and fools.
    The thing is, everyone lives during modernity. To the cavemen who were drawing stick figures on stone walls, that time was their modernity, so this statement is rather short-sighted. 

    But sure, modern art, as is perceived by today's standards, means there are no standards, which foster phenomenons like Pierre Brassau, a chimp hoax artist created by a journalist to show how nonsensical are the people involved in this racket of modern art. 

    Before knowing that Pierre was actually a chimp. Here's how the art world reviewed his work: 

    "Brassau paints with powerful strokes, but also with clear determination. His brush strokes twist with furious fastidiousness. Pierre is an artist who performs with the delicacy of a ballet dancer."