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Art Is Our Teacher: Let’s Learn From Rather than Destroy the Art which Reflects Our Past

Art Is Our Teacher: Let’s Learn From Rather than Destroy the Art which Reflects Our Past, by Kristen Heimerl. Photograph of statue head by Fabian Bachli
Photograph by Fabian Bachli

Whether or not you appreciate the meaning or message of an art piece, it is vital for a thriving society to respect and protect, not destroy, our artistic heritage

The assailant’s aim was clear: To wipe out the old man’s existence like a besieging army sacking a city. Front to back, back to front, the old man tottered as he clung to the cool, smooth platform while his attackers tugged and thrashed at his sturdy, time-worn body. No match for the group’s fury or their unrelenting force, he maintained his

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