Ramos strikes again

John Chappell writes that “Only [Rafael Ramos] could somehow establish a comparison between a 1930s realist painter and the Iraq war.” What, Barcelona’s leading illiterate plagiarist with an original idea? John might change his mind if he checked Jonathan Jones’ Guardian article, published last week. In fact, all that Ramos (search) adds to the sum of human knowledge this time round is his apparent belief that Hopper’s most famous work is entitled Nighthawk, not Nighthawks. Damn, must have forgotten to look at the painting.

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