Quotes We love. 

“The zeitgeist of ancient times are not fossilized, crystalized, or somehow broken through temporal travel. ”
-Charles Ray

“I do not know what value classical studies could have for our time if they were not untimely-that is to say, acting counter to our time and thereby acting on our time and, let us hope, for the benefit of a time to come”

“The idealization of white marble is an aesthetic born out of a mistake.”
-Margaret Talbot (The Myth of Whiteness in Classical Sculpture, The New Yorker)

If you think about a copy in Platonic terms, you have the idea of a chair, and then every other chair is just a version of the original chair. And when it comes to procreation, biological procreation happens in one way, but the inanimate world procreates through reflections”
-Jeff Koons
“Deleuze proposes that the inside is only a fold of the outside, part of the same continuous material…. Classical Sculpture was interested in drapery and fabric and how it concealed and covered simultaneously -a kind of paradoxical surface.”
-Kaari Upson
“The world is filled to suffocating. Man has placed his token on every stone. Every word, every image, is leased and mortgaged. We know that a picture is but a space in which a variety of images, none of them original, blend and clash”
-Sherrie Levine.