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Thread: art is subjective....

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    I'm also not certain that it's art; but that is what they said about Jackson Pollack, wasn't it? Not my cup of tea, but well, hell, it might be someone's...

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    Jackson Pollack falls under my "cry for help" folder I am afraid to say... but if people like that, they can have at it! lol
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  3. #73
    Jackson bollocks some might say but I like his stuff..seen a couple over the years and some can splash the paint about and just make it work...this art thing is so diverse and that's it biggest appeal......
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    Just took a 30 min walk to the beach to view Anthony gormleys statues placed all over the beach...

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    I like them.....
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    What a pleasant experience I had when looking at the exhibition at the Bluecoat Liverpool in celebration of 300 years and showing works from many past exhibitors. A drawing by Ray Walker from a study of one of his mutuals.The last time I seen his work was 89 or 87..A long time ago...
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    walking from a to b on a regular basis from the train station to the shops etc...i often notice what people have in their gardens and statues ornaments on display in a vestibule or window sill and sometimes the works of art hanging on the walls. Often just a fleeting glance but i build up this image of a person and not the people who live in there..the car and the colour of the paint and the flowers i think are a joint decision but it's the art work that stands out for me and what i often realise is that there is far more modern,abstract pieces than your more classical style knocking about.I've lived in mainly working class areas and middle class areas of the city and i would put the working class style in the classical and the middle class as the more abstract modern style....not a steadfast rule but still a notion i'm comfortable with and i do wonder what is the most influential thing in art..individuality or group mentality.
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