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"A metaphysical tour de force of untethered meaning and involuting interlocking contrapuntal rhythms The Clock is more than a movie or even a work of art. It is so strange and other-ish that it becomes a stream-of-consciousness algorithm unto itself - something almost inhuman."


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"A sad fact of life lately at the Museum of Modern Art is that when it comes to group shows of contemporary painting from the collection the bar has been set pretty low."


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"A saboteur in the house of art and a comedienne in the house of art theory Lawler has spent three decades documenting the secret life of art. Functioning as a kind of one-woman CSI unit she has photographed pictures and objects in collectors homes in galleries on the walls of auction houses and off the walls in museum storage."


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"A canon is antithetical to everything the New York art world has been about for the past 40 years during which we went from being the center of the art world to being one of many centers."


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"After its hothouse incubation in the seventies appropriation breathed important new life into art. This life flowered spectacularly over the decades - even if its now close to aesthetic kudzu."


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"Abstraction brings the world into more complex variable relations it can extract beauty alternative topographies ugliness and intense actualities from seeming nothingness."


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"Abstract Expressionism - the first American movement to have a worldwide influence - was remarkably short-lived: It heated up after World War II and was all but done for by 1960 (although visit any art school today and youll find a would-be Willem de Kooning)."


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"Art usually only makes the news in America when the subject is money."


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"Anyone who relishes art should love the extraordinary diversity and psychic magic of our art galleries. Theres likely more combined square footage for the showing of art on one New York block - West 24th Street between Tenth and Eleventh Avenues - than in all of Amsterdams or Hamburgs galleries."


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"My nominee for Best Picture of the year - maybe the best picture ever because its essentially made up of and is an ecstatic love letter to all other movies - is Christian Marclays endlessly enticing must-see masterpiece The Clock."


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"Many art-worlders have an if-you-say-so approach to art: Everyone is so scared of missing out on the next hot artist that its never clear whether people are liking work because they like it or because other people do. Everyone is keeping up with the Joneses and there are more Joneses than ever."


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"The price of a work of art has nothing to do with what the work of art is can do or is worth on an existential alchemical level."


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"Rumors sound of galleries asking artists for upsized art and more of it. Ive heard of photographers asked to print larger to increase the wall power and salability of their work. Everything winds up set to maximum in order to feed the beast."


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"Of course art world ethics are important. But museums are no purer than any other institution or business. Academics arent necessarily more high-minded than gallerists."


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"The Metropolitan Museum of Art is unsurpassed at presenting more than 50 centuries of work. I go there constantly seeing things over and over better than Ive ever seen them before."


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"I love Rauschenberg. I love that he created a turning point in visual history that he redefined the idea of beauty that he combined painting sculpture photography and everyday life with such gall and that he was interested in as he put it the ability to conceive failure as progress."


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"The Met is not only the finest encyclopedic museum of art in the United States it is arguably the finest anywhere."


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"Urs Fischer specializes in making jaws drop. Cutting giant holes in gallery walls digging a crater in Gavin Browns gallery floor in 2007 creating amazing hyperrealist wallpaper for a group show at Tony Shafrazi: It all percolates with uncanny destructiveness operatic uncontrollability and barbaric sculptural power."


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"Elizabeth Peyton the artist known for tiny dazzling portraits of radiant youth is now painting tiny dazzling portraits of radiant middle age."


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"Ive always said that an art critic can put aside politics around art."


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"Just as Pollock used the drip to meld process and product Richter found and used the smudge and the blur to ravish the eye creating works of psychic and physical power."


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"The Panorama is also the last place anywhere in New York where the World Trade Center still stands whole as it stood in the early morning of September 11. I can also see the corner where I saw the first tower fall and howled out loud. Seeing the buildings again here is uplifting healing."


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"When art wins everyone wins."


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"It took the Metropolitan Museum of Art nearly 50 years to wake up to Pablo Picasso. It didnt own one of his paintings until 1946 when Gertrude Stein bequeathed that indomitable quasi-Cubistic picture of herself - a portrait of the writer as a sumo Buddha - to the Met principally because she disliked the Museum of Modern Art."


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"Untitled is a time machine that can transport you to 1992 an edgy moment when the art world was crumbling money was scarce and artists like Tiravanija were in the nascent stages of combining Happenings performance art John Cage Joseph Beuys and the do-it-yourself ethos of punk. Meanwhile a new art world was coming into being."


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"I see 30 to 40 gallery shows a week and no matter what kind of mood Im in no matter how bad the art is I almost always feel better afterward. I can learn as much from bad art as from good."


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"It took me twenty years to get Steven Parrinos work. From the time I first saw his art in the mid-eighties I almost always dismissed it as mannered Romantic formulaic conceptualist-formalist heavy-metal boy-art abstraction."


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"All art comes from other art and all immigrants come from other places."


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"Much good art got made while money ruled I like a lot of it and hardship and poverty arent virtues. The good news is that since almost no one will be selling art artists - especially emerging ones - wont have to think about turning out a consistent style or creating a brand. Theyll be able to experiment as much as they want."


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"Everyone goes to the same exhibitions and the same parties stays in the same handful of hotels eats at the same no-star restaurants and has almost the same opinions. I adore the art world but this is copycat behavior in a sphere that prides itself on independent thinking."


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"The giant white cube is now impeding rather than enhancing the rhythms of art. It preprograms a viewers journey shifts the emphasis from process to product and lacks individuality and openness. Its not that art should be seen only in rutty bombed-out environments but it should seem alive."


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"When people in stadiums do the Wave its the group-mind collective organism spontaneously organizing itself to express an emotion pass time and reflect the joy of seeing the rhythms of many as one a visual rhyming or music in which everyone senses where the motion is going."


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"The greatest work of art about New York? The question seems nebulous. The citys magic and majesty are distilled in the photographs of Alfred Stieglitz and Paul Strand."


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"Art is good bad boring ugly useful to us or not."


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"The last time money left the art world intrepid types maxed out their credit cards and opened galleries and a few of them have become the best in the world."


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"Mission accomplished. The Museum of Modern Arts wide-open tall-ceilinged super-reinforced second floor was for all intents and purposes built to accommodate monumental installations and gigantic sculptures should the need arise. It has arisen."


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"Art is for anyone. It just isnt for everyone. Still over the past decade its audience has hugely grown and thats irked those outside the art world who get irritated at things like incomprehensibility or money."


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"Willem de Kooning is generally credited for coming out of the painterly gates strong in the forties revolutionizing art and abstraction and reaching incredible heights by the early fifties and then tailing off."


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"Art is changing. Again. Here. Now. Opportunities to witness this are rare so attend and observe."


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"It is not possible to overstate the influence of Paul Cezanne on twentieth-century art. Hes the modern Giotto someone who shattered one kind of picture-making and invented a new one that the world followed."


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"Robert Rauschenberg was not a giant of American art he was the giant. No American created so many aesthetic openings for so many artists."


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"All of Koonss best art - the encased vacuum cleaners the stainless-steel Rabbit (the late-twentieth centurys signature work of Simulationist sculpture) the amazing gleaming Balloon Dog and the cast-iron re-creation of a Civil War mortar exhibited last month at the Armory - has simultaneously flaunted extreme realism idealism and fantasy."


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"Almost all institutions own a lot more art than they can ever show much of it revealing for its timeliness genius or sheer weirdness."


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"While a large segment of the art world has obsessed over a tiny number of stars and their prices an aesthetic shift has been occurring. Its not a movement - movements are more sure of themselves. Its a change of mood or expectation a desire for art to be more than showy effects big numbers and gamesmanship."


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"Too many younger artists critics and curators are fetishizing the sixties transforming the period into a deformed cult a fantasy religion a hip brand and a crippling disease."


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"Yes 85 percent of the art you see isnt any good. But everyone has a different opinion about which 85 percent is bad. That in turn creates fantastically unstable interplay and argument."


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"John Currins exaggerated realism and his twisted women kept me off balance never knowing if they were sincere or ironic or some new emotion."


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"When museums are built these days architects directors and trustees seem most concerned about social space: places to have parties eat dinner wine-and-dine donors. Sure these are important these days - museums have to bring in money - but they gobble up space and push the art itself far away from the entrance."


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"Its art that pushes against psychological and social expectations that tries to transform decay into something generative that is replicative in a baroque way that isnt about progress and wants to - as Walt Whitman put it - contain multitudes."


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"Can space break? I mean the space of art galleries. Over the past 100 years art galleries have gone from looking like Beaux Arts salons to simple storefronts to industrial lofts to the gleaming giant white cubes of Chelsea with their shiny concrete floors."


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"When money and hype recede from the art world one thing I wont miss will be what curator Francesco Bonami calls the Eventocracy. All this flashy art-fair art and those highly produced space-eating spectacles and installations wow you for a minute until you move on to the next adrenaline event."


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"The art world is molting - some would say melting. Galleries are closing museums are scaling back."


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"The art world is an all-volunteer force. No one has to be here if he or she doesnt want to be and we should be associating with anyone we want to."


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"I also take pleasure in the so-called negative power in Grotjahns work. That is I love his paintings for what they are not. Unlike much art of the past decade Grotjahn isnt simply working from a prescribed checklist of academically acceptable curator-approved isms and twists."


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"I often find myself privately stewing about much British art thinking that except for their tremendous gardens that the English are not primarily visual artists and are in nearly unsurpassable ways literary."


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"Those who love him love that he sells the most art they take it as a point of faith that this proves Kinkade is the best. But his fans dont only rely on this supply-and-demand justification. They go back to values."


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"Im noticing a new approach to art making in recent museum and gallery shows. It flickered into focus at the New Museums Younger Than Jesus last year and ran through the Whitney Biennial and Im seeing it blossom and bear fruit at Greater New York MoMA P.S. 1s twice-a-decade extravaganza of emerging local talent."


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"Kinkades paintings are worthless schmaltz and the lamestream media that love him are wrong. However Id love to see a museum mount a small show of Kinkades work. I would like the art world and the wider world to argue about him in public out in the open."


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"Kinkade estimated that one of his paintings hung in every twenty homes in America. Yet the art world unanimously ignores or reviles him. Me included."


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"Megacollectors suppose they can enter art history by spending astronomical amounts."


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"Jeffrey Deitch is the Jeff Koons of art dealers. Not because hes the biggest best or the richest of his kind. But because in some ways hes the weirdest (which is saying a lot when youre talking about the wonderful wicked lovable and annoying creatures known as art dealers)."


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"If the Frieze Art Fair catches on I imagine at least two great things happening. First we will once again have a huge art fair in town that isnt too annoying to go to. More importantly Frieze may finally show New Yorkers that we can cross our own waters for visual culture. That would change everything."


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"I hate art auctions."


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"These days newish art can be priced between $10000 and $25000. When I tell artists that a new painting by a newish artist should go for around $1200 they look at me like Im a flesh-eating virus."


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"I dont know much about auctions. I sometimes go to previews and see art sardined into ugly rooms. Ive gawked at the gaudy prices and gaped at well-clad crowds of happy white people conspicuously spending hundreds of millions of dollars."


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"To engage with art we have to be willing to be wrong venture outside our psychic comfort zones suspend disbelief and remember that art explores and alters consciousness simultaneously."


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"One argument goes that recessions are good for female artists because when money flies out the window women are allowed in the house. The other claims that when money ebbs so do prospects for women."


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"In the seventies a group of American artists seized the means not of production but of reproduction. They tore apart visual culture at a time of no money no market and no one paying attention except other artists. Vietnam and Watergate had happened everything in America was being questioned."


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"In 1998 Artnet was the site that convinced me that if my writing didnt exist online it didnt exist at all. It showed me criticisms future."


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"The art gods cooked up something special for James Ensor."


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"The New York art world readily proves people wrong. Just when folks say that things stink and flibbertigibbet critics wish the worst on us all because were not pure enough good omens appear."


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"Its great that New York has large spaces for art. But the enormous immaculate box has become a dated even oppressive place. Many of these spaces were designed for sprawling installations large paintings and the Relational Aesthetics work of the past fifteen years."


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"Not to say people shouldnt get rich from art. I adore the alchemy wherein artists who cast a complex spell make rich people give them their money. (Just writing it makes me cackle.) But too many artists have been making money without magic."


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"Were all entitled to opinions about how art institutions should behave and entitled to voicing those opinions through whatever means available to us. Were also allowed to change or modify our opinions."


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"Contrary to popular opinion things dont go stale particularly fast in the art world."


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"Damien Hirst is the Elvis of the English art world its ayatollah deliverer and big-thinking entrepreneurial potty-mouthed prophet and front man. Hirst synthesizes punk Pop Art Jeff Koons Marcel Duchamp Francis Bacon and Catholicism."


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"To me nothing in the art world is neutral. The idea of disinterest strikes me as boring dishonest dubious and uninteresting."


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"Recessions are hard on people but they are not hard on art."


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"Imagine its 1981. Youre an artist in love with art smitten with art history. Youre also a woman with almost no mentors to look to art history just isnt that into you. Any woman approaching art history in the early eighties was attempting to enter an almost foreign country a restricted and exclusionary domain that spoke a private language."


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"Many say an art dealer running a museum is a conflict of interest. But maybe the art world has lived an artificial or unintentional lie all of these years when it comes to conflicts of interest."


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"Appropriation is the idea that ate the art world. Go to any Chelsea gallery or international biennial and youll find it. Its there in paintings of photographs photographs of advertising sculpture with ready-made objects videos using already-existing film."


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"Money is something that can be measured art is not. Its all subjective."


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"Theres something pleasing about large well-lit spaces. I love that dealers are willing to take massive chances in order to give this much room to their artists. Most of all I love that more galleries showing more art gives more artists a shot."


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"The forties seventies and the nineties when money was scarce were great periods when the art world retracted but it was also reborn."


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"Summer of Love: Art of the Psychedelic Era the Whitney Museums 40th-anniversary trip down counterculture memory lane provides moments of buzzy fun but itll leave you only comfortably numb. For starters it may be the whitest straightest most conservative show seen in a New York museum since psychedelia was new."


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"Now people look at The Scream or Van Goghs Irises or a Picasso and see its new content: money. Auction houses inherently equate capital with value."


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"Summer is a great time to visit art museums which offer the refreshing rinse of swimming pools - only instead of cool water you immerse yourself in art."


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"My culture-deprived aspirational mother dragged me once a month from our northern suburb - where the word art never came up - to the Art Institute of Chicago. I hated it."


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"The style of ancient Egyptian art is transcendently clear something 8-year-olds can recognize in an instant. Its consistency and codification is one of the most epic visual journeys in all art one that lasts 30 dynasties spread over 3000 years."


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"I have a soft spot for art that in terms of subject matter and material is in bad taste."


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"Outside museums in noisy public squares people look at people. Inside museums we leave that realm and enter what might be called the group-mind getting quiet to look at art."


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"The secret of food lies in memory - of thinking and then knowing what the taste of cinnamon or steak is."


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"Auction houses run a rigged game. They know exactly how many people will be bidding on a work and exactly who they are. In a gallery works of art need only one person who wants to pay for them."


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"Venice is the perfect place for a phase of art to die. No other city on earth embraces entropy quite like this magical floating mall."


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"I love art dealers. In some ways theyre my favorite people in the art world. Really. I love that they put their money where their taste is create their own aesthetic universes support artists employ people and do all of this while letting us see art for free. Many are visionaries."


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"The reason the art world doesnt respond to Kinkade is because none - not one - of his ideas about subject-matter surface color composition touch scale form or skill is remotely original. Theyre all cliche and already told."


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"Galleries began growing in both number and size in the late seventies when artists who worked in lofts wanted to exhibit their work in spaces similar to the ones the art was made in."


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"I like that the art world isnt regulated."


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"Poor Georgia OKeeffe. Death didnt soften the opinions of the art world toward her paintings."


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"Early-twentieth-century abstraction is arts version of Einsteins Theory of Relativity. Its the idea that changed everything everywhere: quickly decisively for good."


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