Friday, September 28, 2007

Over at The Guardian, Jonathan Jones asks if running the same old tired stories about different works of art is actually harmful to the public's perception of what art is all about. He accuses journalists of being lazy, essentially reframing the same six genres of questions (the comments provide a few more good ones), reducing and sensationalizing how the world of art is perceived by those reading about it from the outside.


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