The modern Greeks or the modern

Cypriots to remember our suddenly prosperous brothers did not increase together with their incomes and their thirst for artistic expression and enjoyment. And if something like this happens sporadically it is probably based on a social upgrade that Art seems to offer rather than a real need and joy. or the modern Cypriots to remember our suddenly prosperous brothers did not increase along with their incomes and their thirst for artistic expression and enjoyment. And if something like this happens sporadically it is probably based on a social upgrade that Art seems to offer rather than a real need and joy.

Education or those of Culture or a combination

If something like this happens sporadically it is Photo Retouching probably based on a social upgrade that Art seems to offer rather than a real need and joy. This is where I believe the first responsibility of the State lies. It must cover this gap in Education. I do not know if this should be done through the mechanisms of the Ministry of Education or those of Culture or a combination of the two however the creation of a cultured public and the awareness of citizens towards the value and importance of artistic creation should be the first objective priority. But the main problem is that this goal does not bring immediate results and is therefore not politically viable.

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The confusion between commercial

A parallel and related problem is the more general Aleart News confusion between commercial production and purely artistic creation. All artistic expressions all arts also have their commercial sister. In other words the one who uses the same mask with the ultimate goal of inciting and winning over as large an audience as possible. The confusion between commercial and artistic production is much more pronounced in the case of cinema theater or photography and much rarer or more underground in the case of poetry or painting. Of course commercialism is not necessarily a bad thing. It can even indulge in quality.

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