Tag Archives: modern art

Lost Secrets of Classical Art

Charles Harris has started a new series of articles for an online newspaper. Click here – Lost secrets of classical art and the subsequent failure of modern art In it Charles contemplates the effects modern art has on seaside towns. … Continue reading

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A note from Kevin Aita

Our most recent member Kevin Aita has sent us the following note: … I did read through some of the blogs on the AERA wordpress page and although I don’t totally agree with all that is written I am in … Continue reading

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Comparing Modern Contemporary Art and Traditional Art

Here is a list of articles Charles Harris has written for an online newspaper. In it Charles expresses his views on modern art and explains what can be done to breathe new life into modern art. Click here – The … Continue reading

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Thoughts on Modern Contemporary Art

Charles Harris who once exhibited alongside Vettriano has been asked to write a series of articles for an online newspaper. In it Charles expresses his views on modern art and explains what can be done to breathe new life into … Continue reading

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BBC4 Art Programme

AERA members have received a letter by founder member Charles Harris telling about the BBC´s plans to stage a series of programmes on conceptual art this autumn. As traditional artists we should remind the BBC that realist art may not … Continue reading

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Is modern art really so bad?

Artist Robert Florczak explains the history and the mystery behind the changes that have taken place in the art world in the 20th an 21st centuries. In about 6 minutes he explains what´s wrong and what can be done about … Continue reading

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Opinion on Art

Here is an interesting statement by Andy Rooney expressing his views on modern art. In just under 3 minutes he finds the right words which would support our cause. Some 1.4 million viewers appear to have found it interesting.

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