29: How Art Became a Tool for Political Correctness With Sohrab Ahmari

29: HOW ART BECAME A TOOL FOR POLITICAL CORRECTNESS WITH SOHRAB AHMARI

Iranian-born atheist Sohrab Ahmari has had an unlikely path to the Catholic Church, He announced his intentions to convert upon learning that Father Jacques Hamel was murdered on the altar of his quiet Normandy parish church in July 2016, and was received into the Church some months later.

Ahmari is a London-based editorial writer and editor for the Wall Street Journal, and he has a new book that will help you understand how modern art (really post-modern, but you knew that) became corrupted by identity politics and hard Left messaging. The book is titled The New Philistines and if you’re looking for the answer as to why beauty is not (primarily) in the eye of the beholder, this is a conversation worth hearing. Theatre, movies, books, painting, even architecture: art is now mainly driven by PC-driven concerns.

So much of contemporary art is ugly, politicized, and incoherent. And that’s supposed to be its charm!

 

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