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The point of using the classics in this kind of playful reverence is that I always felt the classics had become stuffy through being academized-is that what the word is?
Nelson Livingston opined on his blog Meu Mundo [pt] in July 2008, after this episode of Azagaia debate in the blogosphere in which “people called each other names” and “academized insults were traded”:
As soon as the pontiffs discovered Impressionism, some twenty years after its patent manifestation, they academized it.
"The American art world has become thoroughly academized," he says.