Distinguishing Art from Non Art: Discussion 2, part 2

The Child’s Bath, Mary Cassatt, (1893). Art Institute of Chicago. Wikimedia, Public Domain
Image: Christopher Willard
Image: Christopher Willard
Image: Christopher Willard
Image: Christopher Willard
Ludwig Wittgenstein. Wikimedia, Public Domain.

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Novelist, poet, a post-studio visual artist, and the founder of The Invisible Art Collective International. Recent novels include “Sundre” and “Garbage Head.”

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Christopher Willard

Christopher Willard

Novelist, poet, a post-studio visual artist, and the founder of The Invisible Art Collective International. Recent novels include “Sundre” and “Garbage Head.”

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