The idea of the independent, unaffiliated artist is a myth of the Cold War, a simplification of the vexed relationship between <strong>artists and patrons</strong>

The idea of the independent, unaffiliated artist is a myth of the Cold War, a simplification of the vexed relationship between artists and
Philosophy News image
The idea of the independent, unaffiliated artist is a myth of the Cold War, a simplification of the vexed relationship between artists and patrons

Continue reading . . .

News source: Arts & Letters Daily

blog comments powered by Disqus