The_Sewage_Tendency_Original_Ceramic_Art_by Carole_Windham

This is about the role of critics in the world of art.

Here is Brian Sewell, the highly articulate art critic of the Evening Standard newspaper.

The paper's logo is Eros, which is an apt description for Sewell as he shoots his arrows of sophisticated criticism, as all critics attempt to do, that only highlights the madness of their erotic love for art and artists.

Eros is the love that transcends reason.

The title refers to the ironic title "The Serota Tendency" that Sewell uses in his ongoing battles with Nicholas Serota of Tate Modern.

Size: Height 57cm x Width 40cm x Depth 25cm

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The Sewage Tendency - Original Ceramic Art BY Carole Windham

Unusual ceramic sculpture from renowned UK artist Carole Windham.

Size: Height 57cm x Width 40cm x Depth 25cm

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