”All art is an act of faith — a faith that life itself, with all its tragedies and flaws, can be improved by creating something new and putting it out into the world.”

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All art is an act of faith — a faith that life itself, with all its tragedies and flaws, can be improved by creating something new and putting it out into the world.

I’m not sure we’ll ever go back to what life was just a few months ago, but I do have faith that artists will remain a crucial part of whatever new one we come up with.

M.H. Miller is a features director of T: The New York Times Style Magazine.

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2 thoughts on “”All art is an act of faith — a faith that life itself, with all its tragedies and flaws, can be improved by creating something new and putting it out into the world.”

  1. I don’t know if ALL art is an act of faith — it seems to me that some of it is just an act — so perhaps it is better said that GENUINE art is an act of faith which stands the test of time.

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