What is the most famous quote by T. J. Clark ?
Modernism had two great wishes. It wanted its audience to be led toward a recognition of the social reality of the sign (away from the comforts of narrative and illusionism, was the claim); but equally it dreamed of turning the sign back to a bedrock of World/Nature/Sensation/Subjectivity which the to and fro of capitalism had all but destroyed.— T. J. Clark
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Following is a list of the best T. J. Clark quotes, including various T. J. Clark inspirational quotes, and other famous sayings by T. J. Clark.
The value of a work of art cannot ultimately turn on the more or less of its subservience to ideology; for painting can be grandly subservient to the half-truths of the moment, doggedly servile, and yet be no less intense.
If I can't have the proletariat as my chosen people any longer, at least capitalism remains my Satan.