Friday, April 26, 2019
 

Contemporary art’s undercurrent of repression

the new threat to artists stems ultimately from the growing power of the media in which they work. “The 21st century is a visual culture,” he says. “It’s beginning to be our dominant form.”

Interesting article in the Financial Times on how repressive regimes leverage the facade of contemporary art and freedom of expression for financial and cultural gains.

 

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