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(via Bravo’s Gallery Girls, reviewed. - Slate Magazine) Work of Art revealed that the “creative process” isn’t what’s captivating about the art world, at least as television. It’s the money and power and personalities we’re interested in. Nobody wants to watch paint dry. -ugh. more art world “reality”

(via Bravo’s Gallery Girls, reviewed. - Slate Magazine) Work of Art revealed that the “creative process” isn’t what’s captivating about the art world, at least as television. It’s the money and power and personalities we’re interested in. Nobody wants to watch paint dry.
-ugh. more art world “reality”

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