Tuesday, March 06, 2007

According to András Szántó, things aren't much better in Europe


One of my favorite writers András Szántó writes about European government arts policy, and suggests that private philanthropy should take up the cause. As you might suspect, I agree.

Although one thing he fails to mention is how government support of the arts very rarely will embrace 'the new.' A jury of your peers, by definition is not going to do anything radical - most art that gets notice, great or not, is embracing 'the new.'

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