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Truth Kills. The Art of Jan Vercruysse
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Truth Kills. The Art of Jan Vercruysse

(Marc Ruyters) The Low Countries - 1996, № 4, pp. 136-140

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Jan Vercruysse's work is regarded by some art critics as the textbook example of what a certain type of contemporary art is currently producing: elitist, hermetic work, estranged from the public and intended for a small in-crowd of experts, critics and collectors who bask in their ivory-tower mentality. As far as Vercruysse is concerned art must have nothing to do with this world, art must be concerned only with itself.

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