22 February, 2009

Fine Art These Days

Posted by Socrates in art, communism, jewed art, jewed culture, Marxism, Socrates at 1:45 am | Permanent Link

“Any work they could do, I can do better,” said Picasso. What a runt. In the old days, Pablo-boy wouldn’t have made it as an artist. But how times have changed. Anything can be great art now. Why is that? It’s because New York City Jews decide what is and isn’t art. They’ve decided that this type of stuff is museum-quality work. Trivia: Picasso was a member of the French communist party:


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  7. 13 Responses to “Fine Art These Days”

    1. Zarathustra Says:

      Interesting fact: The “bad guy” Nazis were supposed to be so ruthless, yet Picasso (an anti-Nazi Communist and suspected Marano Jew), along with the celebrated Jewish lesbo couple Gertrude Stein and Alice B. Toklas, lived peacefully in Paris during the German “Occupation”. How does the politically-correct Kosher Establishment explain that?

    2. exalted grand-master oberführer double diamond jim! Says:

      The Führer was a better artist than Pisscasso…..i’d pay $a million$ for a notable painting by him-self but i wouldn’t give you a dead dingo’s donger for Pablo’s puke!

      (van Gough wasn’t much better…..doesn’t even qualify as “a post-impressionist”…..the likes of Monet, Renoir, Degas & The Australian Heidelberg School [Roberts, McCubbin, Stretton et al!] shat all over him……i’v got a bit of sympathy for the bloke ‘cos he hacked off his ear…but that’s abt the whack, Jack!)

      the best “art critics” are usually white kids…under the age(s), of, say, twelve…..they can spot jew garbage for what it is!….the overwhelming reaction from most of them, @ seeing some gross concoction like “Guernica” or “Weeping Woman” is “YUK!!

    3. Zarathustra Says:

      “Art is whatever you can get away with”.

      Andy Warhol

    4. Howdy Doody Says:

      As a White child nothing that of this sort art held my interest at all.

      Joos, really have had a big laugh on US since they got their Whore Woody Wislon POS to get the F.R.A. on Christmas eve 1913 to add insult to injury and then gave US August 1913. It was wonderful for US buinsess, and got the Savage Congoids to leave the South to work in Northern Factories, and back in to the Military where they could massage their hates for Whites in Europe and here, once we were involved directly in the slaughter by 1917.

    5. old_dutch Says:

      One thing Stalin and Hitler had in common: socialist realism. LOL.

    6. MadDog Says:

      If one wants to see an perfect example of Pablo,s Trash, one should go to Chicago and view the Pregnant Whatever it is in Daley Plaza. Me thinks the old Commie Bastard is laughing in his grave at the stupidity of the late Mayor Daley.

    7. Justin Huber Says:

      The Picasso piece displayed next to the real work of art is quite comical. What a piece of garbage! My father purchased an “abstract” painting from the chimpanzee that played Cheetah in the Tarzan movies. The Picasso might hold a slight edge over the chimp’s work, but not by much.

    8. CW-2 Says:

      If there is one thing the semitic race really hate, apart from White people, it is well ordered representational art. The have a pathological love of ugliness and chaos. Their cultural tastes are almost as pathetically infantile as the congoid.

    9. Arch Stanton Says:

      Aaaaaaagh! As if it wasn’t bad enough all ready! Now they’re replicating them in the lab. – The Jewinator.


    10. DMS Says:

      Has anyone caught the irony? The juxtaposition of classical art and jewy crap is similar to the “entartete kunst” exhibit of old. The primary difference is the spin.

    11. Jackson Says:

      “The ‘refined,’ the ‘rich,’ the professional ‘do-nothing,’ the distiller of quintessence’ desire only the peculiar and sensational, the eccentric, the scandalous in today’s art.

      And I, myself, since the advent of cubism have fed these fellows what they wanted and satisfied these critics with all the ridiculous ideas that have passed through my head. The less they understood, the more they admired me!

      Today, as you know, I am celebrated, I am rich. But when I am alone, I do not have the effrontery to consider myself an artist at all, not in the grand meaning of the word. …I am only a public clown, a mountebank. I have understood my time and exploited the imbecility, the vanity, the greed of my contemporaries. It is a bitter confession, this confession of mine, more painful than it may seem. But, at least, and at last, it does have the merit of being honest.”

      — Pablo Picasso

    12. Ein Says:

      Picasso was also a skillful self-promoter, in addition to being a communist. (A common Jewish trait, btw). Oh, and what about Marc Chagall, about whom such a fuss is made? Kindergarten scrawlings!

      And consider others not even in the visual arts, such as Pablo Neruda, Gabriela Mistral, Gabriel García Márquez….. You almost have to be either a communist or a Jew to win the Nobel prize today, or at least non-white from the Third World.

      And take “music” (I use the word with hesitation): Aaron Copeland, Ferde Gofe, Leonard Bernstein, Korngold, Schoenberg, Mahler,etc., etc.

      If any of the above were neither communists nor Jews (and preferably both), they would be unheard of nobodies today. Getting ahead in the world of the “arts” in the Twentieth Century has been just like getting ahead in Hollywood. Same requirments.

    13. sgruber Says:

      CW-2, I agree wholeheartedly!

      And yes, Picasso confessed that he was a fraud, much admired by crooks and art forgers such as jew Elmyr de Hory who said, “[Before P] it never existed that one man, with just one movement of his arm – which necessarily didn’t involve more than 10 seconds – one movement of his arm transform [what he did] in gold!”

      Art is not dead – I see wonderful new representational paintings all the time by local painters (not kitsch but original stuff) – but the art market has been dead, JEWED, for more than a century now.