“Postmodern art is one of those things that you can tell by its color, the way it’s laid out, and even the way you look at it.”
“Post-modern art can look beautiful but it also looks like it was painted in an industrial setting.”
–Sophie Dutton, author of “Post Modern Art: The Postmodern Imagination” “Post modern art is not only about how we perceive the world but also how we see ourselves, and that is one thing that is really frustrating to me.”
Sophie Dutton is an author and journalist who has covered politics, art, and culture for more than twenty years.
Dutton writes for The Atlantic, The Huffington Post, and The Verge.
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