Art Dirt: Why We Love (and Hate) Art Meme Accounts

by Glasstire April 25, 2021
Mr. Krabs spongebob art meme

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William Sarradet and Brandon Zech discuss how art meme accounts have taken over Instagram.

“The intersection of what is considered to be mainstream and what is considered to be the elitist underbelly of the art world comes to a very weird point in these accounts.”

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