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Adam Ruins Fine Art 

Adam poses the question of what makes great art and shows why pieces visible to the masses are revered, regardless of artistic merit. He then exposes the masters as copycats and reveals that today's art market is a moneymaking scheme.

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Matthew Pollock
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Episode credited cast:
Adam Conover ... Adam Conover
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Nathan Barnatt ... Van Gogh
Sean Bolger ... Russian
James E. Cutting James E. Cutting ... Himself
Patrick Daniel ... Auctioneer
Jessica Davis ... Marinara Abramowitz
Celesta DeAstis ... Persephone
Hari Dhillon ... Gallery Owner
Johnathan Fernandez ... Flamien Flirst
Timothy E. Goodwin ... Cardinal
Rae Gray ... Harry Potter
Brendan Hunt ... Instructor
Steven LaChioma ... Michaelangelo / V.O. Guard 1
Adam Lustick ... Shakespeare
Anthony Marciona ... Mobster
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Adam poses the question of what makes great art and shows why pieces visible to the masses are revered, regardless of artistic merit. He then exposes the masters as copycats and reveals that today's art market is a moneymaking scheme.

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TV-14
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Release Date:

8 August 2017 (USA) See more »

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Nice Little Day See more »
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RE: The things we like.
11 October 2018 | by overfiend1976See all my reviews

In regards to the part of the show that dealt with the notion that the things we see/hear more frequently becoming more liked is exactly why I tell people (and have for most of my life) that I don't do "favorites" when they ask what my favorite movie/TV show/book/art work/food is. Because I know that my mind can change at any time, that I can grow tired of something, or I can find something new that I enjoy more, even if it's only for a while. Therefore, I tell them that there's things that I like at the time, but never favorite things.


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