Part 2: The Case for Renaming Abstract Art as “Anti-Art” instead of “Fine Art”

“Abstract art, often considered a form of Fine-Art, has been a topic of debate for many years. While some argue that it is a legitimate form of artistic expression, others believe that it should not be considered art at all, and should rather be called pseudo-art.”

What is Art?

The beliefs that art is made with special skill and care, consists of two- or three-dimensional representations of actual or imagined persons, places, objects, or events, and involves more than just technical skill are shared by many people, including those from non-Western cultures, as outlined in Michelle Marder Kamhi’s book Who Says That’s Art?.

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