In this essay I want to discuss art as a power discourse, and I want to discuss it by asking a particular question of a particular group of paintings. How can some art critics maintain that the Ghanaian painter Ablade Glover’s paintings of market scenes are a provocation whilst others see them as inauthentic and others again admire them for their aesthetic value?



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