Naga does a great job of summing up my feelings.  I truly  feel Art is subjective and sometimes painful.  In saying that, I do not think it should be removed, I do not think people’s work should be burned, destroyed or put in storage (is there going to be a better day to show it?). I believe if you don’t like the message, don’t go to the exhibit. I believe if it’s not on public property, or open for vulnerable eyes, then be artistic and be. Reading this article, Should Art That Infuriates Be Removed? I am reminded of last summer when my household went to every exhibit that one of us found interesting. Hell, as I speak I have art books on my desk . I’m trying to decide which would be the best one to send to a friend and to encourage one of my summer charges that they should pursue photography.

What are your thoughts on art? Do you have a favorite art book or artist website? I have a long list of artist I love, but as blogger I truly come to enjoy  Houston PhotographEdge of Humanity Magazine ,  and Joshi Danil Photograph



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3 Responses to Art

  1. An excellent statement by Naga. I, too, follow Edge of Humanity – a shame we can’t comment on it


  2. @vapor_sage says:

    I’m paraphrasing, Art allows us to lose ourselves and find ourselves in the same instant.” Thomas Merton My favorite artist is Guy Buffet

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