Exhibitionism: Art in an Era of Intolerance
Lynne Munson talked about her book, Exhibitionism: Art in an Era of Intolerance, published by Ivan R. Dee, after which she and Hilton Kramer answer questions from the audience. The book critiques the art establishment and the postmodern idea that art is also political, and espouses traditional beliefs in standards of beauty. close
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Hilton Kramer Publisher and Editor New Criterion
Lynne Munson Author
Grace Terzian Publisher Women's Quarterly
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