Mani Deli wrote:
[...] As much as I object to the one-sided exhibition of modern art crap in our major museums I don't believe that the public neglects its fine artists. By now one can see most all of our finest artists on the Internet and read the biographies which attest to their success.
Good point - the internet may prove the death of modern pretensions the same way that when the Bible was printed in German, then English, it changed how the public viewed the Christian religion which had
been only in Latin. Exposure to the masses of that which has been suppressed has always heralded major changes.