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Initiativen zwischen Kunst und Politik in Salzburg

Lucien Pierce split for example from the Centre d’Art in the 1950s and founded the Foyer des Arts Plastiques and then the Academy of Fine Arts. These art- ists split from the Centre d’Art because they critiqued the commercialization of the ‘naïve painters’ and were concerned with socio-political issues. “Supporters of the Centre were deeply opposed to the development of modern art in Haiti and, much akin to the spirit of the McCarthy era, they considered modern art to be communist- inspired and were accordingly doubtful of the practice. Increasingly, political art