You’re absolutely right!Countries have owners, animals have owners, I believe there are even places on the moon with owners. Why is culture so far behind? I propose to make stock of culture so that we can observe the value of each culture. And people who believe that less private property is a good thing should see the value of ‘ their ‘ culture collapse.
The “culture” is all that people do to make life more enjoyable; So the question “of who” is somewhat problematic.But if you mean: from whom is “the art” then it becomes interesting for me.
Artists produce things that are not as immediately saleable as, say, bread; And so they need sponsors.People, bodies who consider it important that life is adorned, and b) have a little money for it.
Let us keep it for the convenience of music and Europe.Once those sponsors were especially the church-say, until J.S. Bach’s time; In Mozart’s time it had become the worldly rulers, and in Beethoven’s time the good bourgeoisie. You could say a “descending line”. At the beginning of the 19th century, the emergence of the vile people (French Revolution, late 18th century) began and the next “ruler” would, logically, be the grizzled.
I think that was a development that some artists went too far.You have to arrange for rich patrons, OK, but reluctantly, but the people? No, no, no. You see, therefore, that artists in the 19th century draw the “possession” of the art to themselves. See Wikipedia AND * about art for arts ‘ sake (L’Art pour l’art)-feelings of artists in (sometimes explicit) protest against those who felt that art should serve the community (or, the proletariat).”Art is the most individualest expression of the most individualest emotion” (poet Willem Kloos).
The people nevertheless took possession of many art forms-certainly helped in the 20th century by the gramophone plate and radio-and so we now have three owners: the people (we normal people), who with their now available money are the actual rulers, who are the vast Majority of music, literature and film financing; Many artists who believe in essence that no one other than they have a right to judgment and become exceedingly angry when the state (“she”, the Bastard people) associates subsidies with n’importe whatever standards; And then there is the reasonably small group of gourmets, who are actually the heirs of the 18th, 19th century elite.
The interplay (or: rope Trek) between these groups is mighty interesting.The gourmets, essentially naturally conservative, embrace with some difficulty things like atonal music (but rather no more than 1 piece per concert) and unfortunately have the power over essentially folk art forms as opera (through the outrageous prizes). The “classical music” is in such a joyless presentation straitjacket that you sometimes forget that those girls of the second fiddle just have fun playing (what you can see during rehearsals and sometimes when they think no one is watching).Gourmet consumers refuse to ever listen to popular music and have squeezed lips over “three chords” (especially the eclectic music lover Alex Johnston on Quora-en)…
I have been somewhat charmed… I am a plebejer but at the same time also a little elitist.And friend of various artists. So don’t let the closet hunt you.
* There is also a Dutch Wikipedia page but, for example, the references to Marxism are more extensive IN WP-and
‘ Culture ‘ conceived as (of Dale 8.) The whole of norms, values and manners within a group (over Van Dale 7. “Culture as art” already wrote someone).[Definition
Cleverly asked open question!If there is someone who owns this culture, it could determine ‘ what it should ‘ and require payment for it, perhaps by selling adjustments to it. Such a thing would happen naturally in our economy. So find out where this strange phenomenon arises and you know who owns our culture (a little more than us). [Method
- Running naked in a swimming pool does not belong, but Ren茅 wants it and will have to come back on the naturist hour.
No swimming master will want to make an exception.
Can this be arranged for them? No.
I am willing to pay that privilege, 2 euros I have for it. There is trade in so. Could the safety culture be adapted? Probably not. [Research and results
Beautiful that culture is not negotiable!Not man possesses the culture, the culture governs man. [Conclusion
And now in Dutch?