Collection of ideas
November 8 2016
Contemporary art has long formed a distinctive hierarchy: the upper level is occupied by curators and critics who define the “general line” of development, they decide what is worth displaying in museums or exhibitions, how much money it is required, etc. And then, the artists, many of whom spend a lot of time on self-interpretation, but hardly anybody is thoughtful of the spectator. In search of unknown meanings the viewer gradually loses his ability to emotional perception of art. Meanwhile, the art is beautiful because of just not having the only true form of expression.