The History of Iconoclasm

Image description: 1566 Calvinist Iconoclastic Riot, Frans Hogenberg Iconoclasm represents the viscerality of the human response to art. Reflective of more than just our subjective taste, this sort of destruction is charged with a raw sense of rage. Iconoclasm has the potential to throw crowds into a frenzy; tearing down statues and burning paintings. Simultaneously, […]

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