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Wet Hot Art Summer

An insider’s guide to the best (and worst) of Santa Fe’s art scene

July 6, 2011, 2:00 am

Nitty Griddy

In poor taste, we classify taste

Art is hard, and it’s hard to tack down. But we won’t let that stop us. One’s art preferences depend entirely on subjectivity and personal sensibilitiesjust as the type of wine you like depends on your palate. We’ve attempted to classify Santa Fe’s cultural events alongside some popular wines, using a grid with somewhat less personalbut still loosecriteria: on a scale of bourgie to boorish, avant-garde to passé. Thanks to my dear friend Ben Niedelman, certified sommelier level 2, for his wine expertise.

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