Life & the Arts
A New Column by Eric D. Lehman
Recently, I was wandering through a vaulted museum hall, steel and concrete and glass packed with abstract sculptures that look vaguely like intestines, paintings resembling organized vomit, and lines of bored schoolchildren, and I realized this is what people think of when they think of “the arts.” That misconception makes it so much easier to attack t…
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