-> "Art Is Anything You Do"
Original Song Title:
"I'd Do Anything for You"
Parody Song Title:
"Art Is Anything You Do"
Art is anything you’ll do—
Bright hues green, or might use feces
(Lose blues ’cause meaning is sketchy.)
You know that
Art is any fare that you make.
Then up there
Upon a pedestal you’ll be.
Break wind in a trill?
J.C. jar, pee-fill?
Will the critics shill?
They’ll build you up!!!!
Praises they will sing
For your shtik—anything,
They’ll kiss your sphincter ring
Crown me king?
Anything for you.
Once you’re in the ring
Of the art world, you’re king.
You can do anything—you’re free.
Splash paint on glass with lasses bare,
Paint Campbell’s cans with flair,
A concert with dead air:
Paint a single hue?
Show bowl from a loo?
Slop on chocolate goo?
Drip my coffee too?
Become King of Pop?
Wrap a structure up?
Get shot and then drop?
Make a fur teacup?
You’ll always win
Once the club you’re in—
You can do anything.
Anything we’ll woo!
 Chris Ofili (born 10 October 1968) is a Turner Prize winning British painter best known for artworks referencing aspects of his Nigerian heritage, particularly his incorporation of elephant dung.
Le Pétomane was the stage name of the French flatulist (professional farter) and entertainer Joseph Pujol (1857-1945). He was famous for his remarkable control of the abdominal muscles, which enabled him to fart at will.
Piss Christ is a 1987 photograph by photographer Andres Serrano. It depicts a small plastic crucifix submerged in a glass of the artist's urine.
Can’t remember or find the name of the 1960s avant-gardist who daubed paint on women and had them roll around on large sheets of Plexiglas.
Need I say more?
Composer John Cage’s most famous musical composition is called 4'33". It consists of the pianist going to the piano, and not hitting any keys for four minutes and thirty-three seconds.
“White on White,” 1918, Kazimir Malevich, Russion Suprematist painter.
“Fountain,” 1918, Marcel Duchamp. A urinal mounted on a pedestal.
“The Return of the Chocolate-Smeared Woman,” 1994, Karen Finley, in which the artist smeared herself on stage with chocolate.
Action, or drip, painter Jackson Pollock.
A hint: I don’t mean Michael Jackson?
In 1994, Christo wrapped Berlin’s Reichstag (parliament building) in fabric.
 Chris Burden's reputation as a performance artist started to grow in the early 1970s after he made a series of controversial performances in which the idea of personal danger as artistic expression was central. His most well-known act from that time is perhaps the 1971 performance piece "Shoot," in which he was shot in his left arm by an assistant from a distance of about five meters.
Meret Oppenheim (October 1913-1985) was a German-born Swiss, Surrealist artist, and photographer. Her best known piece is "Object (Le Déjeuner en fourrure)," 1936. The sculpture consists of a teacup, saucer, and spoon that the artist covered with fur from a Chinese gazelle.
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