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LauraHD

after war
i asked myself
what arts reply would be
to all these huge changes
in human relationships
the famous artists hardly responded
i was about to turn away
when I noticed a group of young people
who had something to say
and who said it on a new note violently
in a primitive way perhaps
they were seeking a new language
with much warmth and resolution


Attributed to William Sandberg, Director of The Stedeljik Museum, Amsterdam and organizer of the first CoBrA-Exhibition in 1949 - http://users.cybercity.dk/~dsl71660/cobra_history.htm

Quoted/ reference by OFD, with thanks - http://2churchmice.wordpress.com/

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