“Beauty is in the eye of the beholder”

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That saying is the familiar pearl,

‘Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.’

We understand, through this widely used statement, that the concept of beauty is such a relative one that its defined terms change with whomever is actively doing the perceiving. What holds beauty to one, may not to another. It is a simple enough idea, and apparently resonates truthfully within so many of us for it to have grown to become such a popularly uttered phrasing among the masses. So if a concept such as beauty, can be that subjective, can the same be said for a medium of largely interpretative and conceptual products?
We are speaking, in this case, of ART.

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