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Why I Adore Jackson Pollock

Removing the impossible standards from art.

One: Number 31 (Jackson Pollock, 1948)

Admittedly, this short piece will likely show up my lack of general art knowledge — I have been slowly dipping my toes for some time within the world of art, and my only real level of ‘expertise’ (though I still feel silly calling it that, honestly!) is within cinema.




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