Quotes About Art And Commerce

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Quotes About Art And Commerce

Sometimes I love the marriage of art and commerce; I love Donna Summer; I like the Rolling Stones.
— Moby —

Art and commerce are not irreconciliable, they are inextricably intertwined.

— Nicholas Meyer

Think of this: If it weren't for greed, intolerance, hate, passion and murder, you would have no works of art, no great buildings, no medical science, no Mozart, no van Gogh, no Muppets and no Louis Armstrong. The civilization that devises the infrastructure to allow these wonderful things to be created is essentially a product of war-death and suffering-and commerce-deceit and inequality. Even your liberty to discuss the shortcomings of your own species has its foundations in blood and hardship." "That's a depressing thought,

— Jasper Fforde

I never, ever had it in my mind that I wanted to be in the record industry, because I still contend that the record industry is an insidious affair. It's this terrible collision between art and commerce, and it will always be that way.

— Ian MacKaye

There's always been an ongoing struggle between commerce and art.

— Thomas Schlamme

What can I say that I have not said before?
So I'll say it again.
The leaf has a song in it.
Stone is the face of patience.
Inside the river there is an unfinishable story
and you are somewhere in it
and it will never end until all ends.
Take your busy heart to the art museum and the
chamber of commerce
but take it also to the forest.
The song you heard singing in the leaf when you
were a child
is singing still.
I am of years lived, so far, seventy-four,
and the leaf is singing still.
(from, "What Can I Say")

— Mary Oliver

I'm in this whole flow of doing certain art pieces without commerce.

— Jada Pinkett Smith

When you and I set out to create anything-art, commerce, science, love-or to advance in the direction of a higher, nobler version of ourselves, we uncork from the universe, ineluctably, an equal and opposite reaction. That reaction is Resistance. Resistance is an active, intelligent, protean, malign force-tireless, relentless, and inextinguishable-whose sole object is to stop us from becoming our best selves and from achieving our higher goals.

— Anonymous.

Believe me, I love commerce as much as the rest of the readers of 'Businessweek.' But in art, you have to be true to yourself and your musical vision. People have known me well for a long time, so if I was chasing a trend and doing something that wasn't authentic to who I am, they would know it in just a few seconds.

— Lionel Richie

The end of Egypt's isolation turned what had been only occasional and incidental contact with the rest of the Near East into a constant and significant exchange of goods and ideas. The new cosmopolitanism introduced new forms and motifs and a growing naturalism to art. Egypt had always been receptive to immigrants, who had easily been assimilated into its culture; now even the pharaohs could marry foreigners. In addition, the increase of commerce and the emergence of a cosmopolitan urban population
at Thebes and other cities
marked the first real urbanization in Egyptian society.

— Norman F. Cantor

It's art. It's commerce. It's heartbreaking and it's fun. It's a great way to live.

— Sidney Lumet

And it's possible to monetize your art without compromising the integrity of it for commerce.

— Nipsey Hussle

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