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[[circled page number]] 4. Conceptual art, therefore becomes a cheap currency below the value of abstract[[strikethrough]]ion [[/strikethrough]] representation. Both abstraction and conceptualism form substitutes for natural resources as physical development, [[strikethrough]] therefore, [[/strikethrough]] enabling the collector [[insertion]] to [[/insertion]] casts off the artist from his own [[strikethrough]] [[?]] [[/strikethrough]] production. Conceptual art is like a credit card that has nothing to back it up. Abstract painting is like money that has nothing to back it up. That's why so - many galleries are going bank rupt. The over consumption of modern museums have made them insolvent. Having said this, I now
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