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    Reader comments on Sue Coe: Bully: Master of the Global Merry- Go- Round and Recent Aquisitions

    Subject: Fortuna
    Date: Sep 6, 2004
    Sender: Jackson SherwoodPrevious

    The Wheel of Fortune hearkens back to the Middle Ages as an artistic conceit of foreboding, and Sue Coe makes its macabre imagery jive with the times. Which are macabre. As Youens notes, this work is "discomforting." Yet it is grounded in precedent and does question our assumptions about what art is and who is the audience. Meanwhile, we should welcome succor from any corner. May Fortuna soon drop the Bush dynasty in the ashbin of history, along with Nazism, communism and feudalism. It is not too futile to embrace an art that demands recognition... and with luck, effects change.

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