|How do you feel about the fact that the pieces exhibited in contemporary art museums are often of artists already deceased?
the best artist die for there work and self destruction is part of the art, if your art isn't a piece of you than it shouldn't be on display
That's the name of the game. Most of us will only find fame in our passing. It is the lucky few that are successful while they are still alive.
The dead are limited. The living have more potential.
It is great! Otherwise, how would we know about the millions of talents that have been buried?
I don't have proper idea. from my point of view, the work is vary closed to my heart.
I guess it's fine. There are contemporary galleries that show work and most artists make art to make art not to show at a museum.
Well at least we are sure that there is nothing better still to come.
What difference does that make... some die at 20, some at 99, so who is to say whether one or the other should be there... "contemporary" art should be in "Contemporary Museums"
Makes sense to me. Museum = history. I'll be fine with my working hanging in a gallery after I'm dead. Take it to the streets! Put on your own artshows!
It truly doesn't bother me.
I always thought that is what a museum was for. To house old work, and old work is usually of deceased artist.
it doesnt bother me because thats the way the fine art world is and always has been.
however there are many other mediums of art where the artists are living
People just want what they can't get anymore.
T-rex fossil > KFC chicken bone
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