Art

  • Become an anonymous artist, walking the streets in search of revolutionary thoughts and expression.
  • The artist who creates revolutionary art is creating more than mere decoration, he is creating life for the revolution!
  • Those artists who dream of joining the art gallery system, are delusional and will quickly see the imprisonment of the entire process.
  • Do not allow your work to become but mere pictorial representations of the present; the revolutionary artist must see and seek the future!
  • Revolutionary art crushes feelings of lethargy, it creates energy, momentum, a desire to organize and to move together.
  • The goal of every artist should be to create artwork that revolutionizes the spirit of the masses.
  • Private art collections are an extension of the disease of capitalist hoarding.
  • Instead of spending your days trying to find the next artistic gimmick to peddle to the rich, create with a revolutionary fervor.
  • The revolutionary artist is in never in despair, always experimenting with new formulations to bring the world one day closer to revolt.
  • The revolutionary artist is in many ways the prophet of the revolution, embodying in his/her work the energy of the people.
  • The art gallery is an elitist construct designed to seize real art from the streets and shove it in snobby environments.
  • The art gallery is nothing short of a prison where artists go to suffocate their revolutionary energy and creativity.
  • The revolution is the only cause of art, the struggle, the creation of a world where humanity triumphs over capital.
  • The art gallery reeks of death, suffocation, isolationism, elitism, it does not make you special, it makes you a spiritually dead artist.
  • Once an artist takes a stand with his art tools, there is no going back to creating empty landscapes and weak imagery.
  • The obsession with art history is a ploy by the upper class to keep people looking back instead of looking forward.
  • The revolutionary artist does not create art that can easily become a commodity; his transgresses the boundaries of political mediocrity.
  • Revolutionary art is not designed to sell, it is designed to revolutionize.
  • For the revolutionary artist the struggle against the decaying art-establishment is an all out war.
  • Art school is for human beings who are overwhelmed by their violent creative energy and want to hand it over to another force.
  • The revolutionary artist is one with the people, not some hermit who feels that he has to be alone on drugs to feel ‘inspired’.
  • Commission work is the very method through which the ruling elites buy out the creativity of the dangerous artist.
  • The art gallery has no room for revolution, rebellion; it is a space where dead art is bought and sold by spiritually dead people.
  • The ultimate goal of all art must be revolution.
  • Gallery artists do not create artwork to move the people, they create art to move upper class buyers to open their wallets.
  • Get a job in a factory and create artwork in your free time, instead of becoming a slave to the art gallery system.
  • The art gallery is a prison for the creativity of humanity; it turns art into a commodity to be traded by the upper class.
  • The revolutionary artist does not dream of a better world, he creates work that stimulates a revolution towards such a world.
  • Gallery artists are nothing more than pawns of the elitist art establishment, they create to suffocate, never to liberate.
  • The artist whose creativity is dependent on drug-induced highs, will always be a slave to the gallery suppliers of cash and drugs.
  • The art gallery destroys the morale of the artist, turning him into a pet of the upper class; painting pretty, pleasing, pictures.
  • Gallery artists are narcissists who have fallen for the trappings of capitalist society.
  • The revolutionary artist creates work that makes people want to stand; the gallery artist creates work that puts people to sleep.
  • The revolutionary artist does not care if his work makes him famous or rich, he only cares that his work moves people to action.
  • The revolution is the highest form of artistic inspiration.
  • The art gallery is where all art goes to die, to be negated, to be killed by the purchasing power of the upper class.
  • You know art is revolutionary when the masses start putting it up on posters at protests and demonstrations.
  • Leave your personal issues out of your work; your artwork should represent your political visions not your personal complexes.
  • Revolt! Create art for freedom, create art that attacks corporations, corrupt governments, absurd upper class lifestyles.
  • Revolutionary art never needs the blessings of the upper class art establishment, it works in direct opposition to what critics ‘like’.
  • There is nothing more disgusting than popular ‘artists’ who become nothing but the pets of the elite.
  • The artist is the revolution, the vision of the artist is the highest form of revolutionary creation.
  • Art school never teaches resistance, subversion or heaven forbid, revolution.
  • The revolutionary artist is vital to the creation of a new political vision.
  • You know art is revolutionary when an upper class piece of shit will never consider putting it up in their home.
  • The revolutionary artist does not only focus on the negative aspects of capitalist lives, but also creates visions of a revolutionary future.
  • The revolution is the cause of all art, the struggle is the true meaning of the artistic desire to envision a new world.
  • Artists are the most dangerous class in society, because the artist can envision, can see, can create, can attack!

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