The art factory and the death of the connoisseur
By Richard Feigen , The Art Newspaper
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"In Duchamp's day the 'art world' was tiny and the initiates were ready for a breakthrough­for new ideas and new media, for 'dada'­and the big money wasn't there. Once we accept that the artist's hand is no longer necessary, only his idea, it's a short leap to market the concept that beauty is not only no longer essential, it can even be turned into a dirty, elitist' word." ...Source
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