artists felt alienated from the political scientists and social planners who "cannot understand how anyone is able to make anything, particularly a work of art, spontaneously or directly - a primo." He probably also spoke for a more general artistic attitude when he defended the artist's ability to create simple "because he has it in him" against the social or political thinker's desire to rationalize all experience.

— Jed Perl on Barnett Newman  

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