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Hong Kong: Seeing Kitsch in Art

Evan Fowler looked into the art history and explained the term "Kitsch" at the House News.

Evan Fowler looked into the art history and explained the term “Kitsch” at the House News.

kitsch presents us with a fantasy, and feelings and emotions that we may wish to have but are not central to our actual experience of self. It trades in models and stereotypes, that at best we may aspire to or wish to believe, but nevertheless tell us nothing about ourselves.

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