Is Your Artwork Really Necessary?
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Is Your Artwork Really Necessary?

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Michael Paraskos is one of a new generation of writers, artists and critics associated with the New Aesthetics, an informal group that is challenging the mainstream art world with a fundamental belief that art is a material response to the material world. In this collection of essays, articles and reviews, written for newspapers and magazines including the Epoch Times and...more
Paperback, 91 pages
Published May 1st 2009 by Orage Press
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