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This book is well-researched and well-written. It is a smooth and an enjoyable read. It is also beautifully illustrated. Wilson argues that modern artists and curators sought to relate high art to popular culture during the interwar years, thereby rendering modern art more accessible. Modern art became a social experience, rather than a purely aesthetic experience. Exhibitions attempted to make relevance of modern art to everyday life, while instructing the public how to appreciate modern art.
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