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Rebel Art

May 05, 1985

There is nothing original or rebellious about the Neo-Expressionist movement and its wealthy illustrators.

That Messrs. Eric Fischl, Robert Longo, David Salle and Julian Schnabel have enjoyed tremendous financial and public success serves as a concise metaphor for the cultural emptiness of our times.

Thankfully, many art critics have been uncustomarily ahead of the artists' (which is not difficult in this case) and, for the most part, dismiss this entire movement.

MAX ESTENGER

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