Mar 31, 2018

What is your favorite style of art?

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Do you prefer abstract art? Are you am art history major and love the old masters? Share with us your favorite style of art and favorite artists?

Apr 25, 2018

Well I generally like most art and modern art, although much of today's I admit doesn't really do it for me. It seems to have lost its mojo as something with meaning. I could go on about this. But I've always said Francis Bacon would definitely be a Goth painter, I don't know if he ever knew about the Goth scene at large when he was alive. Of course you can't forget Goya... Do like abstract art mostly because my artist mom would turn me onto stuff like Clyfford Still, Robert Motherwell and others. And performance art from the 70s does it for me as well, Paul McCarthy being a keen interest.

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