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Published on May 15, 2014
"I hate art fairs," said a major art critic (who shall remain anonymous) that James Kalm spoke with two days ago Your reporter said "But you can't hate the OUTSIDER art fair". He said "I hate the term OUTSIDER". Your correspondent replied, "But it's nice that crippled kids get a chance to show their work". He said "They should take the crayons away from the crippled kids". This conversation seems to typify the kinds of misunderstandings that still surround the notion and criteria of "Outsider Art". This program brings viewers glimpses of only a short list of eye-catching works presented at this year's fair including: Alcides Perira dos Santos, Julian Martin, Judu Patua, Eddie Arning, Tony Cox, Grandma Moses and others. A musical introduction is provided by Buck-and-a-Quarter Quartet and was recorded live in Washington Square Park