Modern Art, School of Arts Too Exclusive

Ever since the dawn of modern photography in the late 19th century, the art world has been in a state of shock and disarray. The camera, along with other technological advances of the industrial revolution, came to fascinate and terrify artists down a path of chaos from which we have yet to recover.
During the same time period in which the camera became commercial, Nietzsche proposed that the death of God would lead inevitably to the rejection of not only cosmic order, but of absolute values themselves. This emerging mindset not only threw theology for a loop, but also the sciences and arts