Harold Rosenberg“The art critic keeps trying to interpret thing he can’t understand and which can’t be interpreted.  A painting does not need anybody to explain what it is about. If it is good, it speak for itself, and a critic who tries to add to that statement is presumptuous.“ 

– Harold Rosenberg (American art critic and philosopher)

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