Top 10 – Brian Sewell Art Attacks




Brian Sewell once called for the Tate director Nicholas Serota to be sacked, citing the exhibition Abracadabra as a “prime example of the hocus-pocus and mumbo jumbo by which the false intellectuals of the art world are able to ‘hey presto!’ anything into art”. Serota should be awarded the Turner prize, “for furthering so many worthless careers”. For his part, Serota once said he championed the likes of Richard Long and Joseph Beuys because “it was everything Brian Sewell hates”.  Here’s what Brian has to say about some of the other biggest names in Modern and Contemporary art.


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