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A Few Early Moments

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September 9, 2021

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A Few Early Moments

I think what art can do is give hope. Real hope.

– Jacob Needleman –

A Few Early Moments

“In the early 1980s, as my attention was drawn more deeply toward the art world, I was disturbed to feel the lack of sustenance in the art often getting the most attention. One day a description I’d read in Artweek about the meaning of art bothered me so much I decided to do some investigation of my own. What did ordinary people think about the meaning of art?” Richard Whittaker shares ‘a few early moments’ from his potent explorations. { read more }

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