Tuesday, May 12, 2009

Crabby arts

I'm thinking that artists have always, and will always, make art no matter what the current financial crisis is. And it's always been okay to have integrity—the arts don't need to count on the Medicis or the AIGs to finance ideas and creativity and thought—that a business has sprung up around the real estate and the resale of art is not my concern. Holland Cotter's point that it's going to be okay to make "real art" now that the economy is tanking . . . grrr.

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