Wheen, Natalie
December 1992
Modern Painters;Winter92, Vol. 5 Issue 4, p65
In this article, the author comments on several issues on popular culture. Views on the state of fear of change in the cultural world amidst the new scholarship, new perceptions and new constituents are presented. The author points out the challenge for the audience to recognize what there is of value and comments on the cultural hierarchies the divide between the traditional beliefs and the new. She describes how it is possible to be accessible to the public without compromising scholarship as several art galleries did, including the Tate.


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