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01-04-02, 08:23 AM (GMT)
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"Ballet: Another Advertising Hoarding?"
This thread is for discussion of John Fields's <i>Ballet: Another Advertising Hoarding?</i> piece in the April Ballet.co magazine. You can find it here:

Hope you enjoyed the read and it stired up a few gey cells... please feel free to comment and interact with others thoughts below.

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  RE: Ballet: Another Advertising Hoarding? Jonathan S 01-04-02 1

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Jonathan S

01-04-02, 02:58 PM (GMT)
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1. "RE: Ballet: Another Advertising Hoarding?"
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   John Field writes "Thankfully, they are using this position to keep themselves clear of logos and association with the cynicism and artistic bankruptcy of the trans-global corporations. <...> Congratulations to the Opera House for keeping themselves free of visible corporate associations and for allowing their space to be one that promotes the arts and nothing else."

Up to a point. On the other hand, they do have the mother of all logos, the royal crest, plastered all over their wares.

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