Home Forums Speakers Corner The world, or some parts of it at least Tech Helproom | Windows Help | Apple Help | Digital Home & Smartphones Help | Consumer Rights Advice | Games | Speakers Corner | Beta Testing Forum Rules | Contact Forum Editor | Report a Post << Prev… Pages 1 2 3 >> Next… The world, or some parts of it at least Forum Editor 17:56 13 Oct 2018 Locked has definitely gone mad. "Love is in the Bin will come to be seen as one of the most significant artworks of the early 21st Century" says BBC art editor Will Gompertz. Which strikes me as one of the most pretentious remarks of the early 21st century. Toneman 08:50 14 Oct 2018 Never could understand Picasso's Guernica..... Quickbeam 09:53 14 Oct 2018 It's a simple interpretation of inhumanity during the civil war in the cubist style. I quite like that one. Quickbeam 09:59 14 Oct 2018 I like the surreal stuff from Salvador Dali too. Probably because it's a lot like '70s rock album art. Quickbeam 10:13 14 Oct 2018 The relief at the top of this page is similar subject matter to Guernica not in a cubist style, and the 'A Battery Shelled' further down is in a cubist style, which I prefer. Its eye of the beholder and all that. The 'Girl with Balloon', shredded or not, is to me disposable mass produced pop art that you'd change when you refresh your living room along with the wallpaper and cushions! Belatucadrus 10:14 14 Oct 2018 You want proof that the art world is full of pretentious twonks that can talk the most appaling drivel about the most mundane items, check out Marcel Duchamps "Fountain". I'm fairly sure Duchamp was taking the mick out of the art lovies, only they missed the joke and persisted with their usual Rectal Locution. Belatucadrus 10:16 14 Oct 2018 Sorry about that I obviously screwed up the hyperlink somehow. Click Here Belatucadrus 10:18 14 Oct 2018 It's obviously doing something weird here's an alternative. Click Here oresome 10:48 14 Oct 2018 At that price I'd have at least expected a cross shredder. Quickbeam 15:17 14 Oct 2018 Belatucadrus Taking the %& on that one... roger.roger 19:32 14 Oct 2018 I'll just pop out for a bottle. £424,000 a bottle << Prev… Pages 1 2 3 >> Next… This thread is now locked and can not be replied to.