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The Burden of History 

"For a long time, I didn't believe in painting," says Fred Tomaselli. An ironic statement for a now famous painter. In this interview, Tomaselli works through the problems of how an artist is supposed to add something new to an artform, like painting, that has been around for millennia.



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