Barnett Newman's painting "Who's afraid of red, yellow and blue' can learn us a lot about the world we live in.
Israël Shamir wrote that art became non-figurative because jewish people have an enormous talent for words (story-telling, litterature) and music, but not so much for painting.
I am not sure that he is right, but it's an interesting opinion.
The English documentary 'The art bubble' by Ben Lewis showed us how the price of painters and paintings is driven up by jewish art-dealers. Here is the documentary.
Today I read another example of the enormous influence on our lifes from the jewish people.
1. A painting was damaged by some person, and the Dutch museum had it restored by a famous jewish company.
2. The Dutch found out that the restauration was done in a terrible fashion.
3. The restauration company's lawyers accused the Dutch museum of damaging their reputation. It costed the museum dearly.
4. Now its become clear definitely that the restaurator had ruïned the painting.
But still the museum is afraid of this malafide restauration company which ruïned their painting.. !
Lawyers make the bad guys win and make the good guys loose.....
Or does it also have to do with ethnic solidarity, and jewish religion: you may cheat on goyim, but never on jewish people?
Is it part of this battle of the Jews against the rest of the world? A fight they started themselves, and which originates in their religion.
Here is the Dutch article: