Archive for the 'modern art' Category

15 May, 2018

Posted by Socrates in art, jewed art, modern art, Socrates at 12:29 pm | Permanent Link

“The Painted Word” (1975) by Tom Wolfe, who died on May 14th, 2018 [a .PDF file].

21 February, 2016

Posted by Socrates in art, jewed art, modern art, Socrates at 3:21 pm | Permanent Link

(Above: de Kooning’s “art”) These aren’t masterpieces. They’re masterpiles (as in “piles of shit”). Where are the real art masterpieces? Hidden away in the attic of history, just as the New York-based art world (run by Jews) planned it. More about the art world here. [Article].

20 June, 2014

Posted by Socrates in art, leftism, leftists, liberalism, liberals, Marcuse, modern art, movie reviews, movies, Picasso, propaganda, Socrates at 3:23 pm | Permanent Link

Pleasantville (1998; starring Reese Witherspoon and Tobey Maguire). This movie is pure propaganda. It’s Herbert Marcuse’s ideology on film. Here’s the basic plot: two modern, White teenagers are mysteriously transported into a 1950s “Leave It To Beaver”-type TV show. The message of this movie is: life sucked in the too-conservative 1950s, it was too rigid, […]

6 July, 2011

Posted by Socrates in art, frauds, General Decline, modern art, Socrates at 8:47 pm | Permanent Link

(Above: Twombly’s work) Not everyone can smear paint on a canvas. It takes special talent. The paint has to be smeared in a special way. (Only Jews and liberals know “genius smearing” from “amateur smearing”). [Article/obituary].

1 September, 2010

Posted by Socrates in art, jewed culture, modern art, Socrates at 2:44 am | Permanent Link

About Tom Wolfe’s 1975 book. I own this book and I think everyone should read it, even if Wolfe’s sometimes-“cute” writing style (in this particular book, at least) doesn’t completely suit them. In the book, Wolfe attacks modern art for what it is: over-hyped, cultish baloney: [Article].

12 July, 2007

Posted by Socrates in art, modern art, Socrates, Western culture at 5:40 pm | Permanent Link

This guy’s palsy isn’t the issue. Is it good art? Is it Western? Does it reflect our culture, heritage and values? Further, how did Picasso – a member of the French communist party and a finger painter at best – become a god in the art world? [1]: [Article] [1] about modern art: [Here]