Mistaken for art or rubbish

“Mistaken for art or rubbish” is the first volume of poems in the Has Doubts series, written by Alexander Velky and published by Doubtist Books in 2013.

book cover (clean)Its theme is art:

1) What is art?
2) What’s it for?
3) What’s it worth?

The volume uses allegory, autobiography, biography, history and polemic to get to the heart of art. And to break it and rebuild it: bigger, better, stronger.

The collection is currently available as a paperback publication in a limited run of 200 books (with about half remaining). For information on how to order a copy, please click BUY.

You can also read all of the poems and watch video performances here:

  1. Please don’t fund my art
  2. Alchemy
  3. A duck with two heads
  4. Poems about nothing
  5. An interest in cartography
  6. Martin Brady likes your link
  7. The art factory
  8. My art is greater than your art
  9. Top ten indefinities ever
  10. Your Nazi tattoo
  11. A verse for the averse
  12. Damien Hirst responds to his critics
  13. Lost object
  14. Doubts
  15. “Celebration Mix”
  16. Sonnets for plop
  17. Art school
  18. Money to burn
  19. How to decide whether something is art
  20. Cost
  21. Poverty
  22. All that is free
  23. The box
  24. Torture porn
  25. Dead by Christmas
  26. Klára
  27. Destroy your art
  28. Ill of the dead
  29. Economics
  30. The crowning
  31. Sculptures of nothing
  32. Doubtless
  33. Mistaken for art or rubbish

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