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CSPAN
Aug 17, 2017 2:25pm EDT
global view of this. so i live in a city in which a very famous statue of king george iii was taken down in november of one year and its bronze melted into ammunition to fight the british during the revolution. it wasn't a great statue from the engravings that we've seen. but i'm also a person who worked for 23 years for an art museum. and we lived through the destruction of the buddhas by the taliban and more recently the destruction of the monuments at mosul by isis. so art is not always supposed to please everyone. it's supposed to be disturbing. it's supposed to be provocative. it's supposed to signal and manifest public opinion at a moment when things are subsidized and terribly expensive. i'm not sure the right thing to do is to remove them. on the other hand, the monument in new orleans that celebrated the destruction of an integrated government by violence seems so ill-conceived that it deserved to be taken down years before. and i make the point -- if it's really great art, whatever the subject, do we really want to render it to oblivion? i think we're going to be looking a
. i take a more global view of this. city in which a famous statue of king george the third was taken down in november of one year and melted into ammunition to fight the british during the revolution. statute fromgreat the engravings we have seen. i am also a person who worked for 23 years for an art museum. we lived through the destruction -- by birmingham b the taliban. more recently the destruction at isis.ll -- at mosul by i sit -- art is supposed to be disturbing. manifestposed to public opinion at a moment when such things are expensive. i am not sure the right thing to do is to remove them. on the other hand, the monument in new orleans that celebrated the destruction of an integrated government by violence seems so it deservedd that to be taken down. is great art, whatever the to render ite want to oblivion? we are going to be looking at that in a few years in richmond. there is awfully good sculpture there. arthur ashe, a remedial work of art, is the least effective as a work of art. here is link and that is an unsettling one. in the 1870's, the african-american communities
CSPAN
Aug 26, 2017 7:05pm EDT
to take a little more global view of this. a veryin a city in which famous statue of king george iii november ofwn in one year and it's bronze melted into ammunition to fight the british during the revolution -- bronze melted into ammunition to fight the british during the revolution. it was not a great statue, from the engravings were seen, but i am also a person who lived through the -- i've also a person who worked 20 years at an art museum and we lived through destruction by the television and isis. to is not always supposed please everyone. it is supposed to be disturbing. it is supposed to be provocative. it is supposed to signal and manifest public opinion at a moment when such things are subsidized, and they aren't terribly expensive. i'm not sure the right thing to do is to remove them. terribly expensive. i'm not sure the right thing to do is to remove them. on the other hand, the monument in new one lens that celebrated the destruction of an integrated government by violence seems so ill-conceived that it deserved to be taken down years before. i made the point that if it
Search Results 0 to 8 of about 9 (some duplicates have been removed)