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[ Thread ][ Subject ][ Author ][ Date ]Joseph Augusta
Sat, 21 Mar 1998 19:54:50 -0500
My post was quite simple and to the point--your smokescreen is certainly
inappropriate, but expected. Answer these questions--if you need a
clearer understanding of the POV I expressed.
> > "The politics of classical art have long since been forgotten."
Well, who said it? Certainly one of the most important artists since
Duchamp. Who might that be?
> Check your art books: the art is there in all its glory.
The politics are recorded in books other than art.
> >Who hassled Phidias, Ezekias? What compromises did they have to make?
Answer this question, please.
Reply: vice.president: "Re: Al Gore and ArtsEdNet"