Wednesday, 19 June 2013


The Victoria and Albert Museum in London claims it is "The world’s greatest museum of art and design" (CLICK). So why should it belittle itself by allowing German Expressionist junk peddler Georg Baselitz to install Untitled (2013) in its John Madejski Garden for the summer? This 3.5 metres-thingy-high monstrosity allegedly based on Antonio Canova's The Three Graces lets down the whole tone of the place. Baselitz seemed blissfully unaware of the ghastliness of his "sculpture" as he unveiled it for a press photo call. He is hailed as one of the greats of modern art! Give me strength.


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