Julian Davies and Phil Day: Lost Art

Lost Art: Two Essays on Cultural Dysfunction

by Julian Davies and Phil Day

Finlay Lloyd, $15 pb, 90 pp, 9780977567768

Lost Art: Two Essays on Cultural Dysfunction is an absorbing and lyrical journey through the contemporary art world. Combining a sensibility that is both highly critical and deeply personal, Julian Davies and Phil Day analyse what is celebrated and what is forgotten in an increasingly ruthless and commercial industry.

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Published in October 2012 no. 345
Scott McCulloch

Scott McCulloch

Scott McCulloch's writings have appeared in ABR and many other publications. Before heading to Ukraine, he delivered a comparative paper on the poetics of Lionel Fogarty and Aimé Césaire at the University of Paris Diderot. He is currently working on various writing and music projects.

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