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Wednesday, November 11, 2009

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Ed Peters

You know what bugs me about this, and has for years? That no one sees the simple solution. We get the art we pay for.

If this crud qua art sat on the shelf, or sat in the shed in the artist's backyard, year in and year out, they would (A) eventually stop making it and (B) even if they didn't, it wouldn't bug the rest of us.

Wanna turn art around in a NY minute? Start paying for good stuff.

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