SO­ME DANGEROUS DEVIATIONS IN THE CRE­A­TI­ON AND CIRCULATION OF ART

Arte por Excelencias - - CUBA -

1. The al­re­ady no­ted ten­dency to pri­o­ri­ti­ze -in the ar­tis­tic cul­tu­re- the ins­tru­ment abo­ve the con­tent.

2. Sub­mis­si­on of many pe­o­ple to the law of va­lue.

3. A cer­tain de­hu­ma­ni­zed ten­dency to re­ject ar­tists who­se bi­o­lo­gi­cal age is ad­van­ced, alt­hough they have an aut­hen­tic and fruit­ful work.

4. The ob­ses­si­ve ten­dency to con­vert the trans­na­ti­o­na­li­zed sym­bols of pro­fit and im­por­tan­ce in­to pa­ra­digms of daily li­ving.

5. The ex­ces­si­ve fo­cus on is­su­es of gen­der and eth­nic pre­sen­ce, for­get­ting the es­sen­ti­al di­lem­mas of being and fe­e­ling na­ti­o­nal.

6. The re­pe­a­ted ap­pro­pri­a­ti­on by cer­tain sta­te em­ploye­es from or­ga­ni­za­ti­ons de­di­ca­ted to the pro­mo­ti­on and sa­le of art, de­fi­ning them­sel­ves as ab­so­lu­te ow­ners of the work and ma­na­ge­ment spa­ces whe­re they work.

7. Cu­ra­to­ri­al and com­mer­ci­al la­be­ling ap­pro­ac­hes that start from the ge­ne­ra­ti­o­nal wi­ping of the sla­te cle­an and ali­en ten­den­ti­ous­ness.

8. The ado­ra­ti­on of the God of Pro­fit, a re­sult in part from the re­al ne­eds ex­pe­ri­en­ced by the ma­jo­rity po­pu­la­ti­on of a na­ti­on that has had to sur­vi­ve un­der cons­tant con­tin­gen­ci­es and at the sa­me ti­me fight to not stop being.

9. A si­mi­la­rity betwe­en the ma­na­ge­ment of cer­tain of­fers of cultural pro­duc­ti­on and the ac­ti­on of se­lling a me­di­o­cre pro­duct.

10. Marked ide­a­lism in cer­tain pro­fes­si­o­nal edu­ca­ti­on pro­grams, spe­ci­fi­cally in the cultural and ar­tis­tic fi­eld.

11. To have allowed a neu­tral art, from anyw­he­re, lacking per­so­nal and con­tex­tu­al ro­ots, to im­po­se it­self as a fo­ot­hold for ta­len­ted young cre­a­tors.

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