According to Sayre, why has the public historically received new and innovative work with reservation?

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      There is little historical context to judge it against.
      The general public prefers representational art.
      The work rarely sells to patrons.
      The general public simply is not smart enough.
      The artists who produce it are too controversial.
asked Apr 11, 2013 in Art by anonymous
    

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There is little historical context to judge it against.
answered Apr 13, 2013 by ModernMoon ~Expert~ (1,835 points)



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