It is a very nice picture of a 'spacey' reflection, but i can't see past the reflection
good enough to be able to tell if Art is in the suit or not, so i couldn't vote.
Art normally looks like this when he goes out and about.
As you can see, there is no reflection of anything off the glasses.
FLPhotoCatcher wrote:"Art" is hard to define.
Not defining it is too easy. You have to define something, if only just to know that you’re talking about the same thing. Even if you change your mind/the definition later.timpim wrote:Art cannot be defined. If you define art, the whole concept of art itself becomes meaningless.FLPhotoCatcher wrote:"Art" is hard to define.
Museums often collect (and so they should) pieces that are significant for the history of art. Pollock was special because what he did wasn’t considered art before that time. Jackson Pollock and Willem de Kooning sort of invented abstract expressionism. It was the ‘giant leap’.timpim wrote:Nowadays, money decides what ends up in a museum one day.
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