The Good, the Bad, and the Aesthetically Fascist

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    Kevin, Francis (and all you lurkers) – I propose we move immediately onto a discussion of the lynchpin of Robert's ideas: the concept of “aesthetic fascism”.What is it? Do we need it? Is it to be resisted? Does it come in assorted colours?It's the Big Idea and needs to be tackled sooner or later. Besides, once Kevin starts Googling for "aesthetic" and "fascism" who knows where we'll end up. Also I can't resist the opportunity finally to draw out the opinions of 'westlake'. Clearly one of life's natural diplomats, but I suspect that someone who is on record as listing his/her "10 Greatest Lenkiewicz Paintings" as:

    The Dance - The Painter with Karen Anna in the Green Dress Anna with the Black Shawl Esther

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    I agree, this is an important subject to raise. What interpretations and agreements (or otherwise) are there?.

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