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And nightingales sang in Trafalgar Square

More from the Guardian – something else to disagree with from Jonathan Jones, in fact. Trafalgar Square is one of London’s noisy, dirty, congested, wonderful hearts, and there are four plinths surrounding Nelson’s Column. Three are surmounted by statues of a king (George IV) and two generals (Henry Havelock and Sir Charles James Napier), and […]

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Jonathon Jones on Banksy

Jonathon Jones, in the Guardian, writes about Banksy and mentions “[T]he qualities that graffiti can offer modern art: its violence and chaos and paranoid mania.” What a load of bollocks. What a pretentious Establishment fuckwit. Stuck in a binary upperclass/lowerclass dichotomy, much? It’s our city, our museums, our art. We don’t need to be violent […]

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