Andrea Valencia

CONTEMPORARY ART

Representing the Leisure Class

Representing the Leisure Class

"There was a time when art and artists expressed themselves in streets and galleries, there was a time in which they talked and argued about the great stories, seething life, we were alive. Representing the leisure class aims, among other things, that. A recall but without any hint of nostalgia for a past that is gone and not coming back. To take the place of another but without trying to become the other. A challenge but not expecting any response from power or subordinates or excluded. To tell but said almost nothing, saying. And it is no longer mourn over spilled milk, claiming partisan political activism for its own sake, or to shout nonsense at the injustices of the world"

Carlos Patiño Millán