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Visual Art in the Ash Heap of History?

DRAFT a later version will be contributed to Wikipedia

I would like to start symbolically with an illustration to the letter ‘A’ and symbolically with an article that talks about history. Wikipedia seems to give a lot of room for what history has forgotten. But it seems to be doing so while forgetting the way history has remembered – through visual art. When looking […]

The ash heap of history (or often garbage heap of history or dustbin of history) is a figurative place to where objects such as persons, events, artifacts, ideologies, etc. are relegated when they are forgotten or marginalized in history.
wikipedia.org/wiki/Ash_heap_of_history
Dec 11th, 2010