„The one thing to say about art and life is that art is art and life is life, that art is not life and life is not art. A 'slice-of-life' art is no better or worse than a 'slice-of-art' life. Fine art is not a 'means of making a living' or a 'way of living a life', and a artist who dedicates his life to his art or his art to his life burdens his art with his life and his life with his art. Art that is a matter of life and death is neither fine nor free.“

—  Ad Reinhardt, 1956 - 1967, Art-as-Art Dogma' part II, (1964), p. 155
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Ad Reinhardt
1913 - 1967

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—  Bram van Velde Dutch painter 1895 - 1981
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—  Marianne Williamson American writer 1952
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