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Is Contemporary Art, Art?
Aired 3/24/1995

Today Artists are pushing new limits. Has art become too abstract? Too political? Too obscene? Should the federal government pay for it? Think Tank attempts to answer, what is contemporary art and what makes it important or different?
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Originally Aired: 3/24/1995

   
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