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An Eerie Exhibition in London Serves Up a Smorgasbord of Fake Food

Craft/Work talks to Anna Choutova, artist and curator of the exhibition series Bad Art about her latest show, Let Them Eat Fake, and why humour is the most important aesthetic criteria.

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"The concept of what ‘good art’ is and what it defines is often debated. Now, a group of artists have gone one step further, and banded together to showcase their unique, expressive and deliberately ‘bad’ work in the appropriately titled ‘BAD ART.’

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At the turn of the 20th century, something began to change in the world of art. An increase in the industry led to a rapid fire of mass manufactured goods, advertising, and a desire for consumption.

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Here’s what we saw at Bad Art’s fourth installation “Let Them Eat Fake” at London’s Bones & Pearl Studios.

 
  Centuries of tradition and institution have made the art world an impregnable fortress for many with only the elite few being bestowed the privilege of creating, curating and criticising art.

 

Centuries of tradition and institution have made the art world an impregnable fortress for many with only the elite few being bestowed the privilege of creating, curating and criticising art.