Art is a collective experience — it’s also a deeply private one
Meditating on the wonders of artistic expression, and consumption. "Today, we are far more likely to say that the arts take us outside of ourselves, and spur us to make connections with others, and the world, than the opposite — that they drive us inward and make us aware of our isolation and smallness in a grandly scaled universe. But both are true, and perhaps now that one avenue is mostly closed off to us, we might explore the richness of the other." Philip Kennicott explores in The Washington Post.
From The Washington Post