Modern Art Gets Tidied Up

I watched an interesting presentation from an art visionaire Ursus Wehrli at TED over the weekend and couldn’t resist sharing it on SME.

In his presentation, Ursus shares a rather unusual form of concept for a cleaner, more organized and tidier form of art and in his true Swiss spirit, he explains why one should attempt to deconstruct and place things in neatness, in order to make a better sense of often chaotic and abstract Modern Art. In truth, I find his concept hilarious despite it being on the contrary to my views of modern art.

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