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- verb Simple past tense and past participle of
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Clement Greenberg once described kitsch as a "debased and academicized" version of "genuine culture," offering familiar images that demand little of the viewer.
I mean, the guy says, In twenty years we’ve gone from a totally academicized art world to a totally commercialized art world, and in neither case is criticism a function.