“…it’s important not to forget these are revolutionary times in art.
“There’s a whole new audience out there, and it’s never been easier to sell it, particularly at the lower levels. You don’t have to go to college, drag ’round a portfolio, mail off transparencies to snooty galleries or sleep with someone powerful. All you need now is a few ideas and a broadband connection. This is the first time the essentially bourgeois world of art has belonged to the people. We need to make it count.” Banksy.
How would you interpret that quote from Banksy? This was a challenge that two writers took on.
Do they agree or differ?
Who is right: either, both or neither?
Link: What Does Banksy Mean: These are Revolutionary Times in Art?