Sunday, November 17, 2019
 

“I came back with a firm understanding that Arnautoff was really not a person who was trying to venerate George Washington—or rather that he made a picture that venerated George Washington, but from the standpoint of a serious critique.”

Not surprising to read of another attempt by social warriors to destroy works of art. Nor is it surprising to read about grown men and women abiding by every infant’s hysterical demand. But if we could just stop touting dinosaurs like Judith Butler, Frederic Jameson and David Harvey as luminaries worthy of our ears, we may actually get somewhere.

Here’s the story on attempts to destroy a San Francisco public school mural.

 

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