Fine Art

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I think my definition is very much influenced by my mother tongue.

The Danish translation of "fine" would be "fin. The Danish translation of "pretty" is also "fin". It is pronounced a little different, though. Yet I still consider "fine art" to be "pretty art". Art that suits the designer couch, writers that only cares about writing pretty sentences, and such things.

Of the same reason I consider "fine art" to be very narrow minded, as good "art" often needs an ugly dimension to fulfill its emotional and aesthetic message/mission/what ever good art tries to do.
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